The Hour of Code – 2015
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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
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
Summer Planning: List of Educational Grants and Resources from Edutopia
Attention teachers – I came across a great list of educational resources on Edutopia today; and the best part is every resource is just for you! It is a list … Continue reading
Summer Planning: Incorporating Instagram into the Classroom
If you haven’t jumped onto the Instagram bandwagon, then I may have a way to introduce this resource to you. I, too, am an Instagram novice, however, a friend shared a blog post from We … Continue reading
Most Common Twitter Terms Explained
I realize I come late to the land of Twitter so what I am about to share with you might be old hat. However, always the life-long-learner, I could not resist the … Continue reading
The Push for Girls to Code
If you have visited principalaim recently, you know that I am on a mission to expose as many students to coding as possible — especially young girls. My wish to … Continue reading
Summer Planning: Why Aren’t More Schools Using Free Open Access to Technology?
As we wrap up the school year, planning for the fall has already begun. Whether making academic or extracurricular decisions, schools, this time of year, are making choices that require … Continue reading