Digital Media in the Classroom

Like K12, the experts at the Fred Rogers Center often discuss the potential of digital media to support early learning and development. We’re clearly on the same proverbial page when it comes to digital...

Happy Tau Day!

Over at tauday.com, Michael Hartl makes an impassioned argument for why pi, which is the universal circle constant that describes the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, was wrongly defined....

Haiti: Beyond the Union School

This week I have been blogging about my experience with the Union School in Haiti. I have the incredible opportunity of working with the students and teachers daily to launch their online school program....

K12in Haiti: Tents and Technology

Haiti was awoken early Monday morning, February 22, 2010, by a moderate 4.7 magnitude earthquake shortly before 5 am. A few hours later, students of the Union School were gathered for school under shady...

Jobs and Stimulus

I enjoy living near Washington, DC. However, there are a few things the city has way too much of: 1) Traffic 2) Tourists 3) Humidity 4) Policy events (otherwise known as forums, panels, roundtables, or...