I’m in a quandary. (To be honest, I’m not sure that’s even an appropriate application of the term, but I’m going with it.) During the first week of school, I really want to show my students this. Make It Count Continue reading Three Inspiring Videos to Show in the First Week of School (or Not)
This was posted by The VlogBrothers back on August 7. I find it delightful and amazing. Plus, I confess a platonic man-crush on John Green’s wit. I wouldn’t mind an evening cuddling with his playful banter, watching Airwolf re-runs and Continue reading Wherein Dan Confesses a Man-Crush on John Green’s Wit & Open Letter to Students
Cornell University is awesome. I’ve never been there, though I think I know someone who spent a semester there, maybe. Come to think of it, I think my uncle went there on a gymnastics scholarship in the 1960s. Bah, that’s Continue reading Evolving Education: Cornell Got Afrika; Why Can’t We?
Mark Pincus is a successful dude. A really successful dude. And a large part of that success comes from the time-sucking, highly-addictive games Zynga produces for Facebook, other social networking platforms, and mobile devices. In a recent interview with Wired, Continue reading Cross-Pollination: What Educators Can Learn from Zynga CEO Mark Pincus