A lot of things have changed in programming in the last 25 years, so I've had a lot of back-end learning to do. I have looked through many different videos to find the ones that help me learn best, trying to find that balance between fully informative and mind-numbingly boring. Most tutorial videos for learning … Continue reading Learning C# – post 2
I have to say, I'm am a total Google advocate. Ever since my student teaching year, when I had to re-plan my lessons at the last minute because I'd forgotten my flash drive, I've been an avid Google user. So now I use it all, Google Drive, Google Calendar, and even Google Classroom. The single … Continue reading Getting Things Done – Organizational Tech
Use your PLN to reach out and connect with others! Check with your PLN for new ideas and feedback! Your PLN is a valuable tool for your continuing efforts to improve your teaching! But wait, what is this PLN? PLN stands for Personal/Professional Learning Network. Every teacher should have one, and indeed, probably anyone whose … Continue reading PLN – Education Acronym #125
So back in the day, I took a programming class at MSU, waaaaay back in the day. It was 1992 and in a language that isn't even in use today (yeah, we had computers back then). Heck, the class was out of date by the time I actually got to college. Things change fast in … Continue reading Learning C#
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