Adobe does it again, this time with a cool set of tools that begs for students to be creative (and learn a thing or two about pro design on the way).
Latest from Christopher Dawson
Except on the desktop
Come see me in Booth 357 at ISTE next week!
ePals, Dell, and Agilix...really makes me wish I was back in the classroom with a room full of kids, laptops at the ready.
Is virtual education, whether in K12 or higher ed, just another way of differentiating instruction to meet student needs or is it destroying an essential, human part of education?
If you're new to Ed Tech, this list is probably worth a read. If you've been around the block a few times, make sure to add your own thoughts. Go ahead, registration isn't that bad!
WizIQ vs. Connect 8: Can the upstart from India take on Adobe's meeting juggernaut?
Android fail? I think not.
When students are taught to take tests rather than to be lifelong learners, schools meet their NCLB targets but students suffer no end.
21st century skills, revisited in my well.