Author Archive | Joe

One Week with Glass

A few months ago I was fortunate to be selected as a Google Glass Explorer though the company’s #ifihadglass campaign and last Saturday night I finally picked them up at Google’s San Francisco office. I thought it was time for a brief review of what I have learned so far. My week with Glass started […]

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CUE Rock Star Lake Tahoe

Over the next few days I will be leading workshops with other brilliant educators at CUE Rock Star Lake Tahoe.  If you are not familiar with Rock Star, these are small teacher technology camps with 10:1 ratio between participants and facilitators.  Over three days the teachers build community around the use of instructional technology tools. […]

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ISTE 13 Workshops & Resources

This week I am at ISTE 2013 in San Antonio.  The conference already kicked off earlier today with a phenomenal day-long Hacked Education unconference. By brain already feels full-ish and yet we still have four more days of collaboration and conversation!  While I am here I will also be faciliating two iBooks Author workshops with Burt Lo.  If […]

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CUE13 Workshop Resources

It’s bright and early, the car is gassed up, and it’s mid-March – must be time for the annual CUE Conference in Palm Springs. This year I am excited to be taking two smart colleagues from Natomas Charter with me – Jeanne Feeney (@MamaFeenz) and  Josh Landry (@JLandryPix).  So, if you see one of us […]

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PCOE Technology Conference Handouts

If you attended the Digital Writing with Digital Kids workshop at the Placer County Office of Education Technology Conference below you will find all of the online handouts. Presentation Handout FCOE Technology Skills Flowchart CCSS Technology Resources – Stanislaus County Office of Education Google Earth Resources – As requested by the audience

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DigiWriMo – Are You In?

In a little more than 36 hours national Digital Writing Month (DigiWriMo) commences and you or your students should consider participating.  With a structure similar to another November writing celebration, National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), DigiWriMo poses the challenge of crafting 50,000 words of digital text in just 30 days.  The format of your text may very […]

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FallCUE 2012 Workshops

I’m hitting the road bright and early tomorrow morning to head over to American Canyon High School near Napa, CA for the FallCUE 2012 conference.  It is hard to believe it has already been a year since the 2011 FallCUE Conference.  That particular event will always be memorable to me as it was the moment when I reconnected with […]

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