2011-04-21

20110421



Saving Time and Effort with Technology by James Gill


As the computer teacher in a large middle school, Moody Middle School
in Port Moody, BC a lot of my duties extend beyond the classroom. I
get a lot of questions about how to use technology to accomplish tasks
around the classroom, but often these questions come with fear and
trepidation...read more at:
http://newsletter.cuebc.ca/saving-time-and-effort-with-technology-by-james-gill/

Digital Story Telling: The Modern Expression of an Ancient Art by Cari
Wilson

In my classroom, digital storytelling looks like chaos and sounds like
excitement. In one corner a group of students are laying on the floor
with a camera, trying to get exactly the right angle on their shot of
Cinderella (a Barbie) as she falls from the desk above...read more at:
http://newsletter.cuebc.ca/digital-story-telling-the-modern-expression-of-an-ancient-art-by-cari-wilson/

Recursive Transformation by William Eaton

This past December the Premier’s Technology Council (PTC) released A
Vision for 21st Century Education. The document highlights what K-12
education in British Columbia should look like once the system is
transformed to better serve the needs of 21st century learners and
citizens...read more at:
http://newsletter.cuebc.ca/recursive-transformation-by-william-eaton/