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8 Ways to Support the Remote Worker

From Here to Epiphany with Heather Kinzie

In today’s wireless world, information can reach many places at once and in real-time. This has a radical impact on the way business is conducted. Given the proper resources, a computer, an Internet connection and access to the company’s internal network,…

We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know

From Here to Epiphany with Heather Kinzie

I had the pleasure of attending the Alaska Society for Technology in Education (ASTE) conference last week. This conference is typically attended by Technical Directors and Superintendents of the many Alaskan districts and offers sessions regarding technology in the classroom.   The…

Noise – The Principal Matters

From Here to Epiphany with Heather Kinzie

I’ve been learning about voice amplification systems this past week and have written two posts about them, one from the parents/students perspective and one from the educator’s perspective. I’ve had the pleasure of being on both of those sides and…

Tic Tac Toe

From Here to Epiphany with Heather Kinzie

Tic Tac Toe That’s the first thing I did on my second week of work…I played Tic Tac Toe, with my boss. We weren’t in the same room, we weren’t even in the same city, but there we were, playing Tic…

SMART Ink: The Basics

The last word shared on this blog concerning SMART Ink was how to turn it off and back on again. Let’s take a step back now and take a good look at SMART Ink: what it is, how it differs…

Transparent Background

  Did you know that all of the tools found in Notebook software are available to be used with any other program on your computer? This tutorial shows one way to use the transparent background with a video in your…

Simple Control

Remote Pile

One of the things I’ve always loved about SMART Boards is that you don’t need a remote to use the system. They all have a power button and an input button and a volume knob attached to the system, mounted…

Making End of Level Testing Easy

The end of the school year has several implications for educators. One of the most important is end of level testing. Many districts have already started and perhaps even finished testing their students. For those about to begin this high-stakes…