Schools can go green by deploying rooftop solar systems or tapping into wind energy projects by using a model that requires little to no upfront costs and can result in annual savings related to powering a facility.
When we are effective, the majority of kids are learning and getting what they need, goals and objectives are achieved, and we teachers feel an incredible sense of accomplishment.
As a part of our professional development our principal sent us the book, Who Moved My Cheese? . As soon as I read the title I thought what does this have to do with education. Giving in to to my curiosity, I opened the book and read the first page.
Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all
Web 1.0 static content/HTML Web 2.0 users contribute to content(i.e. Blogs, YouTube) Web 3.0 semantic web personalization search engines that learn from you more structured information sort information into major categories(blogs, images,articles) integration with mobile devices, increase in micro-blogging. taggable, searchable increase in widgets more AJAX Web 4.0 What do you think will characterize Web 4.0? List your answer in… Read more →
Keyboard sequences chosen by the program designers at Xerox PARC to control text editing. Presumably these particular keystrokes were chosen because of their location on a standard QWERTY keyboard, since the Z (undo), X (cut), C (copy), and V (paste) keys are located together at the left end of the bottom row of the standard QWERTY keyboard. The equivalent Mac… Read more →
[Students] may be experts in entertaining themselves online, but they know almost nothing about educating themselves online.
Educators say the transition from notebook to Macbook will help students excel. “Whether it’s a Mac or a PC, that’s not the point. It’s getting equipment in the students’ hands to help them learn,” Hofer said.