About TomTom March has been "working the Web" and contributing "Bright Ideas for education" since 1994. It all started with WebQuests and continued from there to include a range of other Web-based teaching formats, tools like Filamentality and Web-and-Flow and an emphasis on quality as seen in BestWebQuests. These days, Tom focuses on supporting systemic change toward 1:1 digital learning. Primarily this means The Edge-ucators Way and CEQ•ALL as main components of "Next Era Ed."
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Category Archives: Tech’s Appeal
File Under: You Heard it Here First Over the years I’ve come up with a few “clever coinings” for phrases that capture some new aspect of our technology-enmeshed world. I swear I was the first person I knew to use … Continue reading
About a month ago the reality of the long anticipated Apple tablet was solidified when word got out that Apple had been talking with people like the NY Times to shape their content for an enhanced reader. Today the NY … Continue reading
Two recent articles highlight tech advances that will transform the way we drive and park our cars. The New York Times, John Markoff writes, Can’t Find a Parking Spot? Check Smartphone. Ready for testing in San Francisco, a new system … Continue reading