OTR Links 07/29/2013

Rockmelt Making the Lego librarian more interesting – via @Rockmelt for iPad http://t.co/zFpaZjwBCZ tags: via:packrati.us Rockmelt #1stchat Science Centre! … – via @Rockmelt for iPad http://t.co/dcdCaXwTdW tags: via:packrati.us 1stchat Reflective Teaching: My CSTA Convention Experience RT @cswenson: My CSTA Convention Experience http://t.co/McYnHk05Oz #CSTA13 tags: CSTA13 via:packrati.us RT @terryfoxcanada: Terry would have celebrated his 55th birthdayContinue reading “OTR Links 07/29/2013”

Programming with Bee-Bot

Computer Studies teachers have known for a long time that there’s something very unique and engaging about assembling instructions to make a computing device do something.  As simple a statement as that is, I think that sums up my entire philosophy of Computer Studies.  The art and craft of the Computer Studies teacher is knowingContinue reading “Programming with Bee-Bot”

OTR Links 07/28/2013

OESSTA News | @scoopit http://t.co/mo6tvHgBNA OESSTA News | @scoopit http://t.co/mo6tvHgBNA tags: via:packrati.us How to protect your Facebook account from Rogue Browser Extensions | Facecrooks.com | How to Avoid Facebook Scams “The last couple of scams we have profiled use rogue browser extensions (sometimes called addons or plug-ins) to propagate on Facebook. This typically occurs byContinue reading “OTR Links 07/28/2013”

Quick and Easy Polling

There are a number of options, software, and even hardware options available for polling.  My focus would be for polling in the classroom and I think it’s crucial that a poll is easily created, deployed, used, and results displayed. A couple of years ago, three of my student teachers had a placement where the teacherContinue reading “Quick and Easy Polling”