I recently read a blog post that talked about "Web 3.0" and how it has already begun to move in. (I can't find the link, but I'll update when I track it down again.) If you're scratching your head, wondering what Web 2.0 and what Web 3.0 are, you're not alone. I had only heardRead More
I've developed a fever over the past week. I found a program called MacPorts, an open-source project aimed at making other open-source projects available to people. It all started when I was looking for a way to run Windows-based programs on my Mac. There is a program called Wine out there that "tricks" the programRead More
I've written a lot lately about general chemistry, but I'm also using technology in my AP Chemistry class when I can work it in around all of the podcasting. That isn't a great excuse (I don't even feel like that's the right word) but the podcasting has definitely taken up most of my technology time.Read More
Yesterday was the 115th anniversary of the discovery of the X-Ray. Physics Buzz, a blog run by PhysicsCentral.com, ran an interesting post on the X-Ray. It was good as my class is finishing up the unit on energy in atoms and the electromagnetic spectrum. Have a good Tuesday...
I've been running my course thus far via Google sites (which I love). The site itself is easy to set-up, although the customization can take some playing around with. After a PD session or two, I'm happy with my class website. For my testing, I've been using another site called ClassMarker.com. It is functional becauseRead More
Part of the challenge of teaching today is finding a good time to meet as a group. And in a city as large as Seoul, meeting in person isn't always an option. I've had a lot of trouble finding time to meet outside of school with students, so I decided to do some research onRead More