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I’m in my third year teaching English in a classroom with a cart of ten netbooks running Windows XP. I am so grateful to have them, and my students use them at least every other day. However, as an aging operating system, XP runs slowly and is much more complex than we need. The start time is long and we have varied success connecting to the wireless network. On the recommendation of Colin Matheson, an IT specialist at Carmel Unified School District, I installed Ubermix.
This week on the MacReach Show: Eric Callis joins in to offer a behind the scenes look at a successful 1:1 laptop program. Listen in to learn about everything from financing to data collection, and some excellent resources! Show Hosts: Meg Wilson (@iPodsibiities) and Kelly Dumont (@KDumont) CoHost: Eric Callis (@edttw) Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
Gerry was unavailable this week, for legitimate reasons, and I had to search for a guest. I not only found one guest, but I found two! You might know Scott Weidig from the EdReach Show and he is also one of Gerry’s bosses. My other guest is Justin Roth, who is my best friend and a serious gaming guru. We discussed 1:1 and how that can impact gaming, iPads placement within 1:1, and Apple’s announcement for Thursday, January 19th. It is a full show with plenty of content concerning your favorite subject…games and learning.
I was recently asked to lead a professional development session for a school that is starting to roll out iOS devices for teachers and students. Over the course of the year, staff at this school will be receiving a significant amount of professional development to help them better utilize the technology that is available to them. The focus of my session was iOS Apps for professional development. I scrolled through my iPad and made a list of the Apps that I use […]
I have been asked by my school district to be a part of a 1:1 task force. We are moving forward and laying a plan of implementation. EdReach has been a big help for gathering information and there are many articles on EdReach that have been quite helpful.
On Episode 33 of EdGamer we take on the daunting task of updating the American educational system. The two amazing articles from this week’s show give great recommendations on what needs to be done. We are determined to fit the two together for one great and most importantly, effective answer. Tune in for some great banter on how we can include games in the future of education.
This week is the return of Razor’s Ed after a long hiatus. Focus of this show is the rollout of almost 500 iPads to students in grades six through twelve, and on what has made this rollout a unique and successful experience, in particular the administration, community, teachers and infrastructure. The students are in on the act, too (as they should be).