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Teacher Blog – Educational Technology

Teacher Blog – Educational Technology. Today’s Blog is a quick little vlog about some educational technology that I’m currently excited about. I started reading When by Daniel Pink. Pink is best known for his book on what motivates people called, Drive. This book is about the science of timing. So far, I am enthralled with all the evidence he is presenting. I am also excited about a new Microsoft app called Seeing AI. It was developed during a recent hackathon and assists the visually impaired. It can recognize people and their moods. It can read text too. The last thing I talk about is is the Chrome Music Lab. This is a suite of apps developed to engage young people with the art of music. It’s fascinating and I’m looking for a way to integrate this into a project. If you think of anything, please let me know.

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My name is Darin Nakakihara. I am a Youtube Creator from Southern California. This is a teacher blog about my adventures as a husband, 4th grade teacher, father of 3 daughters and best friend of Ollie the dog.

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Charles is an English for Special Purposes (ESP) instructor for the US Government with experience in computers, technical writing, design, and of course, English instruction and with a Master's degree in Technology in Education. Charles can help you with a variety of things like copy writing, planning, and technology selection. He has experience with various LMS and LCMS systems and can help you decide if one is right for your needs. He's also the webmaster for this site.

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