An educational portal for educators looking to use technology in the classroom to enhance, not distract, student learning.

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An educational portal for educators looking to use technology in the classroom to enhance, not distract, student learning.

About the Author

Brian Neises is a middle school Science and Math teacher at KIS International School, in Bangkok Thailand.  He currently is teaching within the MYP programme; leading workshops; and collaborating through blogging and tweeting educational excellence.

He is an avid user of Technology for his own classroom management, and has created this site as a resource for other educators.  He is always looking for more good ideas to streamline student learning, and would love your suggestions.

Brian is currently writing his dissertation for his MA in International Education from the University of Bath, UK.


Recent Posts

Lasers+Aliens=Awesome Fraction Game

I am totally addicted to this game right now thanks to Dan Meyer. Who cares that it’s probably designed for 4th graders!  I like how the creators of the game explicitly state that the game is not a lesson in fractions, but rather requires knowledge of fractions.  I think this game would make a great starting inquiry into fraction concepts.  Students can play the game and later reflect and induce some fraction rules.  That and it’s just fun!

You can visit the official page here: http://games.cs.washington.edu/Refraction/


You can check out their other games here: http://games.cs.washington.edu/site/games

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