Doing Research? Search My Archives

June 19th, 2021

Search
If there is any topic related to education that you are researching or just interested in, you can search this site. You can also go to my five archive pages on the left of my home page and search there. While you can also search the Internet, the items stored on my archive pages have been vetted for quality and accuracy by someone who has been in education full time since 1969.

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Grammar Teaching Decline / Future Education Transportation / Foster Metacognition

June 18th, 2021

Plastic Rain
So why are we teaching a lot less about grammar? Then it’s the future of education transportation and how to foster metacognition. On to what students need to know in a digital world, plastic rain, the SMART Learning Suite, reading the wrong books, and a great science lesson on COVID.

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AR Tools for Teaching / Student IT Staff / Build a Teacher Pipeline

June 17th, 2021

AR in Class
Start with AR tools for teaching. Then it’s supporting understaffed IT departments and building a pipeline for computer teachers. On to schools launching virtual academies, testing drugs for fentanyl, a short motivation video, a Merry Monk quote, and playing “Smells Like Teen Spirit” in lots of ways.

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Leaving the Echo Chamber / Surgery Digitized / AI Meets Zillow

June 16th, 2021

Echo Chamber
If you find yourself in a political echo chamber here’s how to leave it. Then it’s digital surgery and AI meets Zillow. On to quantum computing and AI, what tattoos do to your skin, Carol Dweck revisits mindset, an opinion quote, and ranking the Jeopardy! guest hosts to date.

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Financing Solar Panels / The Industrial Internet of Things / Right Size High School

June 15th, 2021

Solar Panels
Start with learning how to finance solar panels for your house. Then it’s the industrial Internet of things and the right size and structure for your high school. On to AI rocking the world order, proofreading tips, better relationships with ELL families, a constellation quote, and Rick Wakeman takes on Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons.”

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