A Design Challenge to Students: Solve a Real-World Problem!
via Mindshift Creating a safe recreation space for teens; protoyping a recyclable lunch tray; setting up a water delivery system to guard against urban fires; building a public awareness campaign to combat hunger. These are just a few of … Continue reading
iPhone Users Get Turn-By-Turn, Take Pics by Winking
via Digital Trends Until now, if you wanted to utilize turn-by-turn navigation on Google Glass, you would have to connect it to an Android device via Bluetooth, and install the Glass companion app on your phone or tablet. TechCrunch reports that all that will … Continue reading
Authentic Assessment in Action
via Edutopia At Sammamish High School, our staff has dedicated our professional development to building expertise in the key elements of problem-based learning. Previous blog entries by my colleagues have given an overview of this process, as well as exploring … Continue reading
A Great Guide on Teaching Student About Digital Footprint
via Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Have you ever Googled yourself ? Have you ever checked your virtual identity? Do you know that you leave a digital footprint every time you get online? Do you know that whatever you do … Continue reading
How Much ‘Lifelogging’ Could You Tolerate?
via BBC Technology With new devices allowing two photos a minute to be taken automatically, critics warn that over-sharing could be mean people become unwitting subjects of surveillance. “People are using more and more technology and hardware devices to … Continue reading