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BYOD: Rebranding Mathematics Instruction with Global Projects and Cell Phones – CAMT 2014

Posted by kcaise on July 22, 2014 in conferences, curriculum, Mobile Devices |

I was unable to present this session scheduled for July 23 at 2:30pm due to a severe knee injury (keeping fingers crossed for MRI results this Friday). Anyway, I wanted those who were interested in using cell phones or global projects in the mathematics classroom to have a copy of the presentation I would have […]

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Join me for a Design Thinking Process Webinar on February 3, 2014

Posted by kcaise on February 2, 2014 in global projects, Mobile Devices, online events, webinar |

Everyone is invited to join me for a “Classroom Renovation – Rethinking your Classroom through Technology” webinar on February 3, 2014 at 6pm EST/5pm CST where I will feature an introduction to the design thinking process and showcase ways to transform your teaching by implementing global projects and cell phones/mobile devices. Using this process in […]

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CAMT 2013 Presentation – Cell Phones as Instructional Tools in the Math Classroom

Posted by kcaise on July 9, 2013 in conferences, Mobile Devices, tech integration |

Wednesday, July 10th at 10am is my presentation for the Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teachers (CAMT) 2013 in room 006C. My presentation is listed as a secondary program but can apply to a variety of grade levels and mathematics topics. Although labeled as Curriculum and Assessment, there are many more uses that cell […]

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LiveBinders Top 10 Contest

Posted by kcaise on June 13, 2013 in Miscellaneous |

Livebinders is hosting a top 10 livebinder content and two of my livebinders were nominated!  Voting is open until June 16th and the top 10 winners will be announced on Wednesday June 19th during a webinar with Classroom 2.0 LIVE! at 5PM Pacific Time, 7PM Central Time and 8PM Eastern Time. After voting, Link to […]

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Got 2 Grams for $40?

Posted by kcaise on May 16, 2013 in blogging, Mobile Devices |

Recently a comedian, Nathan Fielder, challenged his Twitter followers to text their parents that they ‘got 2 grams for $40’ and then send a second text apologizing for texting the wrong person. Although the responses from the parents that were alarmed by the text messages they received were hilarious, many parents freaked out and were […]

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“Cell Phones as Instructional Tools” Presentation – TCEA 2013

Posted by kcaise on January 27, 2013 in conferences, Mobile Devices |

Next week at the Texas Computer Educator Association (TCEA) convention in Austin, I will be presenting ‘Cell Phones as Instructional Tools’ on Wednesday, February 6th at 10:30am CST. My presentation is part of the Digital Square (formerly Web 2.0 Lounge area) manned by Scott Floyd of White Oak ISD in Texas. Last year I presented […]

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To BYOD or not to BYOD?

Posted by kcaise on January 15, 2013 in conferences, educational technology, Mobile Devices, tech integration |

To take the Shakespearean phrase, I pose the question to educators and administrators, “To Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) or not to BYOD?”. To alleviate the need for computer equipment and mobile devices in the classroom, I am a huge proponent for students and staff to be allowed to bring their own device and use […]

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Fun Cell Phone Activities at TCEA 2012

Posted by kcaise on February 20, 2012 in blogging, conferences |

If you attended TCEA in Austin recently, you may have noticed the abundance of mobile devices people were using to participate in sessions, workshops or just walking around the convention center and at social events. I presented a session on using cell phones in the classroom that had over 200 participants join me in the […]

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