Monthly Archives: August 2011
A few weeks before school started Dan Meyer came and led a 2 day professional development workshop on developing more engaging problems for math and science. One of the features of Dan’s work were some seriously awesome Keynote presentations. He’s … Continue reading
It’s been a while since we’ve had an open mic for mac questions. So ask them here—you’ve got questions, we hopefully have answers. Just add your question to the comments.
Here are some ideas to share with your students. Feel free to add more in the comment box! I’d love to add to my list on my blog. Just as there are certain limits for people driving with learners’ permits … Continue reading
I put together this 7 minute video that explains everything about how to setup your mac to work with a projector, using it either as a second display, or mirroring exactly what you are seeing on the desktop. link to … Continue reading
A number of people have been wondering about how to access all the various networked drives you used to be able to access. Below is a fairly comprehensive list of the drive mappings. The general procedure you follow to access … Continue reading
I posted this on my blog, but thought it would be of interest to some of the readers of this blog as well. One day, I’m sure I’ll be able simply turn on my iPad and download a copy of … Continue reading