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Are you pretty good with technology? Do you hate the holidays due to your parents and relatives always asking you for tech advice? You probably aren't alone! Google has created a new website that aims to point these "simple" Q&A sessions to a more prominent portal, hopefully easing the sting and helping your not-so-tech-savvy relatives out at the same time. Teach Parents Tech is a great new site where tech-savvy individuals can send how-to videos to their moms, dads, uncles, etc. in order to help them do simple things like check their email on a phone or use tabs on a web browser. These are... Read more...
In this era of YouTube, as well as videos you can take from your cell phone, there's less and less real hope of privacy. In this case, someone turned a 5th grade graduation ceremony, which should be something to be treasured, into something disgusting. "The video was three and a half minutes of me. It would go to my face, to my butt, to my face," said former elementary school teacher Keri McIntyre. "And then he had his fun zooming in to my butt."McIntyre said she only recently learned of the video's existence and that it was posted on YouTube, set to the Van Halen tune "Hot for Teacher." Now,... Read more...
For those of you who remember our school teacher friend Mr. Ponosov it may make you happy to know that recently a Russian court in the city of Perm threw out the charges of piracy brought against him. Ponosov's lawyers claimed that the twelve PCs that arrived at his school came with the pirated Microsoft software pre-installed and therefore he could not be held responsible. The case, probably a response to international pressure on Russia to crack down on piracy, may have been triggered by the fact that Russia has been ranked by industry experts as second in the world... Read more...
3 Million Teachers Help Students Learn To Develop 21st Century Skills Intel(R) Teach to the Future Reaches Milestone; Expands to South Korea and Nigeria SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 16, 2005 – A major milestone was reached by Intel Corporation today in its worldwide effort to help students and teachers develop 21st century learning skills. Three million teachers have now completed training through Intel(R) Teach to the Future, a professional development program designed to help teachers effectively integrate technology with learning. Armed with strategies to develop digital literacy, creativity,... Read more...