2012 Lightspeed Trade Shows
Logging on this morning I realized I haven’t posted since November! The primary reason for that would be because I was on the road for 3 of the 4 weeks in December. Once I spent some time at home base it was back to hitting the streets for FETC and TCEA. Despite being state shows they are some of the largest we participate in for the year.
Every Child is Gifted in Someway
If you analyze the word “education,” you find that our English word derives from the past participle of the Latin word educare, similar to educere (or, “to lead out,” which is the source of our word “educe.”). In other words, one of the purposes of education is to bring forth from a student that which is innately in them: their talent and passion in life
MassCUE Kicks off at Gillette Stadium
MassCUE was a great success by most accounts. The venue was unique and set up surprisingly well for a trade show. I have to admit I was like small child being set loose in a toy store. Gillette Stadium was fantastic.
Researching the Efficacy of Classroom Audio
Research is a big deal when considering adopting technology for the classroom. Decision makers must consider several factors before committing themselves and their dwindling technology funds. Manufacturer’s claims are always suspect. If you’re as cynical as I am, even the testimony of other educators can be twisted. So what’s an educator to do?
A few words from “The Sound Guy”
So, if a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? The answer is no. Unless you’re a nearby squirrel or bear, then it does make a sound – to them. Otherwise it’s just vibrations in the air. It’s this kind of thing that trips my trigger. I’m a sound guy – what can I say. Well, my son would say “you’re nerding me out, dad”. Great.