Sunday, July 18, 2010


Please check out my professional wikispace that encompasses all of the presentations, classes, and sessions that I have created or been a part of over the course of my career.


Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Wednesday's Web

Are your students having trouble with harder vocabulary words? Do you wish there was a video source to explain in motion these words? VocabAhead Study Room provides a distraction free environment with over 1000 difficult words explained using Vocabulary Videos and Flash Cards. More vocab videos continuously added. Join us, it's FREE!

Sign up, too, for the Vocab Video of the Day

Have fun learning new words!

Do your students have data that needs to be shared? Looking for a quick alternative to creating a graph in Excel. Try Create a Graph. Students will be able to read their data immediately and make sense of the numbers and comparisons.

Create A Graph

Explains and illustrates the different types, and provides a step-by-step guide to creating examples for downloading and printing.

Saturday, February 27, 2010


It has been a while since I have post on this blog. After concluding the 2010 ICE Conference, I have decided to rethink blogging and it's purpose. I need to be a "consumer" before I am a "producer".

Please check out the ICE Wiki Conference Space for all of the materials, videos, and general information about the learning that happened (and will continue to happen) post ICE2010.

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Teachers are people

I find this to be very entertaining!

Friday, April 17, 2009

How Stuff Works

I have not been to it recently, but the How Stuff Works website was always an interesting place to visit. I came across a link that took me to a quick video on how Google Earth works and noticing the address, it was to How Stuff Works. Now, it seems that HSW has a video piece to it and the look is much different. I would recommend you check out this site

Here is the direct link to the Google Earth Video

How Stuff Works website
*There seems to be a few more ads than I remember. That is the "price" we pay for a great free resource. :)

Saturday, February 21, 2009