I use Facebook fairly sparsely, but I am on the network. I mostly use it to share pictures of my kids with family and talk to some educators who have I become friends with other the years. Although I use Facebook as a tool since it is where most of the users . . . → Read More: Facebook’s New Ads
I was just asked to put together a proposal for the Board of Education and the superintendent on why the school should have a presence on Facebook. What do you think? Is there anything you would add or change? Thanks for the help.
Objective: To present a case outlining reasons that Frelinghusen . . . → Read More: Facebook Proposal
Well, I just took the plunge. I deleted my Facebook account. I didn’t deactivate it; I deleted it. It will be deleted after two weeks of non-use now (This should be a simple delete button). Hopefully, Facebook deletes all of my data off of their servers, although I have my doubts. While . . . → Read More: Goodbye Facebook
1 of the things that I have learned in my years of teaching (all 3 of them) is that students do better work when they enjoy what they are doing. Students, like all people, enjoy working on those things that interest them. For example, I love programming. I will be perfectly happy . . . → Read More: Connecting to Students’ Interests