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Thought of the Week – We’re going mobile

I would imagine that I’d have to have lived under a rock for the past five years not to notice the enormous shift away from desktop-centric computing towards mass mobility. Anecdotally, for those of us with smartphones and 3G tablets, we … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Android in Education – Affordances and Extensibility

Recently, I became the somewhat proud owner of two new devices, an HTC Incredible S – a slick, 4-inch mobile sporting Android Gingerbread and the HTC Sense user interface – and ASUS eee Pad Transformer tablet, which includes Honeycomb 3.1 … Continue reading

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Throwing Down The 1-1 Gauntlet?

I just finished reading Pamela Livingstone’s 1-1 Learning – Laptop Programs that Work (see earlier post for background info) and have begun to grapple with the enormity of what my colleagues and I aim to achieve for my school over … Continue reading

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