Posts tagged "education"

Stop Motion Movie Creation in Early Childhood Education

I frequently work with educators and students in early childhood education classrooms to identify meaningful ways to integrate technology into instruction. In this work I meet with the classroom teacher to better understand the content and objectives for the upcoming weeks. We think about the content first, and identify easy ways to embed technology use…

Letters in Support of the UNH Education Department

The following is a collection of the correspondence and letters of support submitted to the UNH President, Board of Directors, and Education Department. These letters were submitted in response to the proposed "phase out" of the Education Department all programs. No alterations have been made to the content with the exception formatting after the copy/paste…

Backyard Science – The Rocket Report

Last summer my neighbors spent some time building rockets, and launching them off with their children. What I appreciate the most about this is the willingness to work with children to show them how cool, easy, and fun science can be. I was also intrigued by the really cool use of technology in documenting the…

Teaching Online and the Time of Screencasts

For years I've been researching and promoting the use of online video and screencasts in teaching and learning. Recently I presented this information at a TechTalk. At the TechTalk I was asked a question that I frequently am asked during one of these trainings. In working with educators, my advice is to produce videos, and keep the…