How to lock students into one app on iPad

I'm a big fan of giving students choice and options whenever they are doing anything. It's all about personalizing the learning experience for each student. However, there are still some instances where it may be important to restrict the choice. This is a question that I get a few times each year. Usually during mandated … Continue reading How to lock students into one app on iPad

Expanding your mobile device photography

There are 4.5 billion mobile phone subscribers across the world today. That's billion with a B! If each user only had one device, that would account for approx 78% of the entire world's population. In the United States alone, there are 321 million mobile device subscribers. That's a lot of mobile devices. Something like 52% … Continue reading Expanding your mobile device photography

Tips for making attending a professional conference more valuable!

I love to be in my classroom. I love being around my students, helping them learn, create, explore, and examine. But there are a number of days each year that I voluntarily leave my classes with a substitute in order to attend or present at a professional conference. This is a tough financial time for … Continue reading Tips for making attending a professional conference more valuable!

Re.vu in schools- Great for Visual Resumes & more!!

I stumbled across Re.vu last year. It was actually something an esteemed colleague sent me thinking I would like it because I'm interested in good, simple, eye catching design. Also, its something new. Re.vu is a online service that allows the user to "design an interactive, dynamic, visual resume". It's not an online resume, its … Continue reading Re.vu in schools- Great for Visual Resumes & more!!