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Ten Movie Clips Any Teacher Can Relate To

My twitter-colleague Matthew Lynch is a professor, editor of The Edvocate and a blogger for the Huffington Post, Education Week, and Diverse. He has an exceptionally thought-provoking two-part article about some movies that expressly speak to the situation teachers in America find themselves in. I have routinely used video clips from movies (and other sources) in the… Continue reading Ten Movie Clips Any Teacher Can Relate To

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The Ten Best Technology Movies of All Time

Some movies rely heavily on some aspect of technology (and its development, and the ramifications when things go awry) to advance their plot.  These are my ten favorite tech films of all time! 10) The Fly (1958) – Teleporters would be awesome, right? What could possibly go wrong? The original 1958 classic does a great… Continue reading The Ten Best Technology Movies of All Time

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A Video Is Worth A Thousand Words

– originally posted December 19, 2013 at http://r14edtech.blogspot.com/2013/12/a-video-is-worth-thousand-words.html – I was recently asked for a list of some videos that I have used to illustrate the importance and effectiveness of assistive technology for students.  Here is (in no particular order) my “top ten list” of videos I use to inform others about the possibilities with assistive… Continue reading A Video Is Worth A Thousand Words