More Functionality in Bitstrips


A recent blog entry from the folks at Bitstrips for Schools indicate that they haven’t been sitting idly by with their great product. It’s got even better.  One of the more requested items that I get is the desire to be able to upload their own images.  It’s now possible. Just head on over toContinue reading “More Functionality in Bitstrips”

links for 2010-05-30


hacking.jpg (700×2500) A short infographic on the history of hacking (tags: hacking icsxx) WowFlickr-Best photos from Flickr Awesome photos selected from Flickr that make you say WOW (tags: photos flickr wowflickr) About Air Video Video Streaming Air Video can stream videos in almost any format to your iPhone and iPod touch. You don't need toContinue reading “links for 2010-05-30”

Learning About the Oil Spill


The situation in the Gulf of Mexico continues to lead the news with stories about the attempts and lacks of success in capping the well.  The incident has also become incredibly political in nature with hearings and visits to the site by the American president. If only the energies and efforts could be channelled towardsContinue reading “Learning About the Oil Spill”

links for 2010-05-29


Marzano's Instructional Strategies Integrating Technology into the Classroom using Instructional Strategies based on the research from: Classroom Instruction that Works (tags: instructional Marzano strategies) 13 Components That Defined a Great Website in 1998 | Techi.com 13 Components That Defined a Great Website in 1998 (tags: components website 1998) YouTube – Strange Kid Singing Strange KidContinue reading “links for 2010-05-29”

Gulf Oil Spill


I’ve been quiet about the Gulf Oil Spill but have been sickened by the images that come through on the news services.  A new mashup puts the size of the oil slick into perspective.  It’s a mashup of imagery of the size of the spill onto Google Maps. http://paulrademacher.com/oilspill In the image below, I’ve askedContinue reading “Gulf Oil Spill”