Monthly Archives: January 2014

Why Gravity Matters

When thinking about the great Science Fiction films made throughout the course of popular cinema’s history, arguably such classics as George Melie’s  silent  A Trip to the Moon (1902), Stanley Kubrick’s 2001 A Space Odyssey (1968), Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters … Continue reading

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Distraction, Distraction, Distraction!

I know this is not at all a revolutionary statement, but yes, technology in the classroom is very much a hot topic within today’s educational milieu. For some teachers, technology truly provides an opportunity for their professional learning and teaching … Continue reading

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