The Hour of Code is Coming!
Since 2013, the Hour of Code has grown in popularity in schools across the country.
After the Hour of Code
You don’t have to be a tech person to understand how important it is for every young child to be a (responsible) digital citizen.
Smartphone Dependency Survey
While we all agree it is important to expose students to technology in schools, we then have to ask ourselves when students should begin using technology and what kind of technology students should use.
Creating Active Learners First
If you are a regular visitor to principalaim, you know how important educational technology is to me; however, educational technology means more to me than simply employing the latest bells … Continue reading
I discovered this great photo on twitter over the weekend, and it encapsulates what teachers do to ensure learning happens first. Technology is a tool that we … Continue reading
Google’s Growing Possibilities
Attention teachers and administrators: the launch of Google Classroom, September 2014, is the next big thing from Google Apps for Education. If you are still not using Google as a … Continue reading
“Coding Isn’t Just for Computer Whizzes”
I love using principalaim to highlight an educational perspective that I share or that I am wrestling with. Today’s “Read This Now!” features an insightful TED Talk from Mitch Resnick … Continue reading
Ed-Tech Redux: Takeaways from iste2014
If you have not guessed by now, I am very excited about the iste2014 conference that was just held in Atlanta, GA. Once again, the folks at ISTE have found … Continue reading
Giving Voice to Every Child
A great idea that we can make a reality for every child — iste2014. tlb Source