The hold iPhone/iPad/iTouch thing is passing right by me. I only keep up with the knowledge that it's there but don't use any of it personally. But I sure do appreciate teachers who have found ways to use it in their classrooms."
I think we should be a little worried about this poor kitty. Very strange. Aviary is far more sophisticated than I thought. I took a quick look at it a few months again. I guess I was waiting for you to tell me the really good stuff. ^o^"
"The whole idea of cloud computing takes me back to the days of main frame computers where users had dumb terminals and the software came from some distant system. We seem to have gone full circle. But it sure makes it reassuring to have your data…"
Taught technology to middle schoolers for over almost 23 years. Did you know I ran a PC Support Desk for the subsidiary of a Fortune 500 company and worked on new technology installations at O'Hare Airport's Terminal One?
I'm trying to follow the reorganization, but I can't figure out what we're supposed to do with the googledoc. Steve didn't leave any questions or anything, so I'm just standing by at this point in time. Take care!
Maybe you can give me some insight about the early tech days of DPS. We still seem to be the forgotten curriculum. The tech requirements in NCLB have helped to bring technology forward, but we still have a ways to go. I'm also a PhD student (just got accepted) at WSU Instructional Technology, school of Ed. You should come visit your old school, I'm sure you would be interested to see how things have changed OR remained the same :-\
Yup, that's my room number 221. I don't know when you were last there but now we have 3 Macs ,34 Pc's, scanner, projector, network printer, (had a video camera that one of the locals borrowed) :-( Feel free to stop on by anytime.