Monthly Archives: February 2012

(541) Understanding Spreadsheets

To begin my blog post I must write a brief disclaimer to let you, the reader, know that I am by no means an expert on spreadsheets.  In fact, spreadsheets is the one application that I have yet to master, … Continue reading

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(541) Interactive PowerPoint Presentations

Reflecting over the past week and the multiple readings and short videos, I am firm in my belief that PowerPoint presentations are inherently a good thing…when designed correctly.   What I mean by this vague thought is simply that- PowerPoint’s have … Continue reading

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(541) Instructional Software for the 21st Century… Decisions, Decisions!

Jay Hawkins (1997), for the Center for Children and technology, wrote that “Instead of asking, “Should schools have computers?” we need to focus on a more productive question: “How are technologies best used in education to help students achieve and … Continue reading

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