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Kyle Calderwood
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The Design Process: From Blueprints to Finished Product
I was fortunate enough to attend a Minecraft: Education Edition training seminar this past October. I spent three days learning the ins and outs of teaching educators the best ways to implement Minecraft in their classroom. It was during this training that ...

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Tips for ISTE Newbies
I generally don't blog but I felt this was a great opportunity to share what I've learned. 2011 was my first ever experience with an ISTE conference, and actually my first ed tech conference of any kind. I saw an e-mail that was being passed around at work ...

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Christmas Traditions through Skype
Last year, I had the idea of having our school do a Christmas card exchange via Skype with other classes around the world. Unfortunately, I started the program too close to Christmas and it was not successful. This year, I started the registrations in late ...

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2 years ago, my first trip to London for Google Teacher Academy.
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RIP iPad 2 and 3
The WWDC just wrapped and the one topic I was interested in most to see was the unveiling of iOS 10. I was not so much interested in what features would be added (and there are a few good ones), but more so for what devices would be supported. I'm sure a lo...

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The Littlest PC That Could
While I was over in London at the Bett conference , I started looking at the devices in the Microsoft booth. I noticed a very small device that was about half the thickness of a paperback book. It was running Windows 10. It's called the Kangaroo and is manu...

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Great new tool!
While preparing a workshop for teachers on iPad movie making, I was reviewing my top picks for free iPad video editors. One of my early favorites, the Clips Video Editor, is apparently no longer available because the developers got bought out by Google…

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Want to help transform education?

Apply to the Google for Education Certified Innovator Program (opens today!) and join the other inspirational teachers working together to push us all forward: https://goo.gl/jIttYw #GoogleEI  
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Next Month's Google Chrome 50 drops support for Windows XP/Vista and Mac OS X 10.6-10.8 http://flip.it/JBQqz

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Beginner’s guide to Google+ for teachers (the crib sheet) http://flip.it/2gXIX
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