One of the newest areas in Technology is called Internet of Things or ‘IoT’ for short. The movement has sprung from inexpensive computers such as the Raspberry Pi and Arduino. Using various electronic components and circuitry people have created all sorts of devices that connect and communicate via the Internet. One example is a device […]
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How do you jazz up a classroom assessment? If your students have internet connected devices, you can make your assessment into a game using Quizizz. It’s simple to create and run the quizzes. There are many flexible options including a homework option in which students can complete the quiz anytime before a deadline set by the […]
During the Podstock 2016 Conference we presented an hour long workshop on 3D printing. The core of the presentation stepped the class through creating a simple bookmark using a free web app called 3D Slash. Our Google Slide presentation embedded below contains a number of resource centered around teaching 3D printing in the classroom.
Dual Monitor Backgrounds is the largest dedicated dual monitor backgrounds and wallpapers website on the internet. Source: Dual Monitor Backgrounds
Elevate Legos to a whole new level! The Lego drone kit gives you everything you need to build your own functioning RC Drone in approximately 30 minutes. The kit comes with easy to follow step-by-step instructions so you can easily build our quadcopter model, or you can show off your building skills and make your […]
NetSpot is the only professional app for wireless site surveys, Wi-Fi analysis, and troubleshooting on Mac OS X. It’s a FREE Wi-Fi analyzer. No need to be a network expert to improve your home or office Wi-Fi today! All you need is your MacBook running Mac OS X 10.6+ and NetSpot which works over any […]
Passwords are a necessary evil in the digital online world we live in. It’s the door key to our music, photos, communication, bank accounts, careers and our digital identity. Poor password habits lead to privacy exposure, embarrassment, and theft more often than not. Yet, making complicated password habits can lock you out unexpectedly. So balance […]
I’m the technology director for a 400+ student school district in rural Kansas. I have the privilege to work with my beautiful wife, Mandi, in our District’s Technology Department. As a former entrepreneur and Information Technology consultant I love technology and what it helps us accomplish. I’ve been networking and integrating technology into working environments […]
Brad Buscher, Christian Speaker, tech guy and love to work on projects. Enjoy looking around my site. If you like something let me know! Source: Biography – Brad Buscher
Google Science Fair is a global online competition open to students from 13 to 18 years old. What do you want to change? Source: Home – Google Science Fair
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