Make a Website for your Flash Drive

The Problem If you've ever been in a situation where substitute teachers can log onto the computer but not do much with the Internet other than take attendance, it can make sub plans hard to pull together, especially if you want students to see a video. This is doubly true if you're not in 1:1Read More

Getting the Axes Right in Google Sheets

I think I finally figured it out. Getting charts and graphs created in Google Sheets (or Excel for that matter) has always been somewhat of a wrestling match between what I want the software to do and what the software thinks I want it to do. Predictive and suggestion-based user interface is nice, but notRead More

From Crappy to Okay

One of my goals this year is to help students struggle productively with ideas before I loop back to teach it. I don't remember who said this first - probably Dan Meyer, Frank Noschese, or Kris Shaffer - but it makes a lot of sense. It builds anticipation and allows students to find and buildRead More