- An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.
Posts by Month
I returned from the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE) conference with a renewed sense of commitment to the notion of “inquiry as stance” (Cochran-Smith & Lytle, 2009) as theoretical and practical guide for professional learning. For the past … Continue reading
“Can you find me a scuba diver?” “I need to cut some frames- the opening is 37 seconds long!” On Friday the 29th, the Collaborative Inquiry Group I facilitate met at the IU to work on their movie. They’ve never … Continue reading
Recently Apple released iMovie and Garageband for the iPad. Naturally, I was a bit skeptic. I have used recording softwares before and used Garageband pretty extensively on my MacBook Pro. I wasn’t exactly confident that the iPad could handle the … Continue reading
I often pride myself on having knowledge of new tech things where I work and especially when I talk to my family. The number of times I have walked my mother through recording “Dancing with the Stars” on the built … Continue reading
From my perspective as an educator, perhaps the most enticing new feature on the iPad2 is the ability to send a video signal to a projector or TV that allows others so see everything. I have missed this feature sorely … Continue reading
Well my friends, it arrives in stores on March 11th. Two integrated cameras, smaller, lighter, faster, and it even comes with its own magnetic cover! Begs the question… what will you do with your iPad 2? And for your ArtsEducator2.0 … Continue reading