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The School Year is Over—Now Have a Productive Summer!


For some students, the arrival of summer means the opportunity to lounge around and do — well — pretty much nothing. While it can be tempting to allow the dog days of summer to flow by in a blur of inactivity and laziness, doing so often isn’t the best idea. If you give in to … Continue reading

Amazing Virtual Web 2.0 Choir by Eric Whitacre


Today I began searching Ted Talks for amazing lectures.  I came across this “Eric Whitacre: A virtual choir 2,000 voices strong”.  It is absolutely amazing!  Breath-taking!  Please watch this…it’s a must see.  As a classically trained musician and teacher of ESL to students from around the world, I am naturally drawn to the virtual choir.  … Continue reading

iPad for Autism: 60 Minutes Episode, Inspiration and Reflections


The 60 Minutes Episode from 10/23/11 on CBS.com discusses the biography of Steve Jobs and the phenomenal impact the iPad has had on the communication abilities of the autistic. I want to share the 60 Minutes Episode with you, some clips from the Episode, a few articles, some YouTube videos and my reflections on Apps … Continue reading

Web 2.0 Interactive Posters for Lessons- Glogster EDU For Teachers


Screenshot of Glog titled “Rethinking Posters: The World of Glogster EDU” created by username jhoertel Several months ago I wrote a post about Glogster titled Glogster…so Cool! Create Glogs for your Classroom (Interactive Lessons).  If you haven’t read it, please do.  Today’s post is the long-awaited follow-up.  I know many of you have waited for this. … Continue reading

Too Many Acronyms in American Education Humorous Video


As I was searching the web to collect data for several new blog posts I am drafting I came across this humorous video on “American Education=Too Many Acronyms” from YouTube.  I found it so amusing and true that I want to share it here on my blog.  I will have some of the posts I … Continue reading

Pinterest- My New Love for Visual Bookmarking Education and Teaching Web Content


Have you ever heard of Pinterest?  The first time I have ever heard of it was last night, or maybe I have seen it mentioned but never really paid attention.  Time magazine named it one of “The 50 Best Websites of 2011.”  Apparently, woman love the website.  Men use it but it is less known … Continue reading

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