Earlier this year, I wrote five reasons why your portfolio should be online. As I do more work and sharing with portfolios, I think it is important to actually going one step further and talk about the benefits of why a “blog” specifically is beneficial as a portfolio.
Macro photos turn everyday objects into works of art. Professional iPhone photographer Jack Hollingsworth is here to show you all the tricks you need to get the macro photos you’ve always dreamed of!
Many new to social media, marvel how easy it is for people to share with an audience, get answers back, and make connections. The problem is they see the power in that, and want to be able to create that right away.
Today’s collaborative planning session with the Year 5 team is both challenging and invigorating. There are 7 of us in the room and one digital participant. The conversation is impassioned and (mostly) focused as we debate, disagree and eventually reach some common understandings.
How often have you found a bug in the park and wondered what it is? Would you like to have the services of an entomologist at your immediate service? Have you wondered what the street you are walking along looked like 40 years ago? Your answers can be at your fingertips
I was informed by my good friend and education colleague Jason Richea, that Peel School Board in Ontario was doing a “blog hop” on the question, “Learning in the 21st century: What does it mean to you?”, so I decided to jump in and share my thoughts.