Summer Remote Education Conferences

Conferences can be an amazing place for educators to deeply question existing structures and biases, gather information, and make lasting social and professional connections. We are in a different environment now though in the midst of a global pandemic. In the past I've shared about the insights I've garnered from events like a local CS … Continue reading Summer Remote Education Conferences

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Web Meeting Throwdown: Zoom vs. Hangouts Meet vs. Teams vs. WebEx (and More)

You can view related posts on where there is Hope in This Health Crisis, using video conferencing in schools, a focus on Remote Learning in Special Education, and Broader Educational Resources for Use During Quarantine. https://twitter.com/MrsDi/status/1246223766906077187?s=20 Everyone's online right now and web meeting platforms are all the rage. It's how families are staying in touch, … Continue reading Web Meeting Throwdown: Zoom vs. Hangouts Meet vs. Teams vs. WebEx (and More)

Microsoft Accessibility

You can find a related post on Apple's accessibility efforts and tools available for accessibility for Google as well. Background I remember a time early in my teaching career where Microsoft was the only place to go if you wanted technology to be accessible. It wasn't necessarily the Microsoft was committed to it or that … Continue reading Microsoft Accessibility

Twitter Chat on STEM and Sparking Creativity

This post is in advance of the Microsoft TweetMeet coming up on September 19th at 1.pm. EST. Find related information on the Microsoft Education blog. Why Chat? It wasn't that long ago, before I started this blog a few months back, that I would have considered a Twitter chat antithetical to everything I thought about … Continue reading Twitter Chat on STEM and Sparking Creativity