There’s a lot to talk about this week but none of it seems to fit into a single topic. I talk a little about Father’s Day, the World Cup, revisit podcasting as part of homeschooling, and how technology can enable men to become a part of the overall conversation about homeschooling.
This week’s question has to do with going on vacation with technology. Many people don’t even own a digital camera and use their smartphones to take pictures so it’s understandable that you’d want to take your smartphone with you. So, this week’s question is:
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Technology is great! I love it! But sometimes I feel like it builds a wall between my family and me. Give yourself and your family the gift of boredom. Instead of staring at your smartphone or tablet the next time you’re waiting for something why not put it away and just be bored?Continue Reading →
Last week at WWDC Apple introduced their two newest operating systems that will soon be available to the public this fall. There were no new hardware announcements and unlike past WWDC events it focused more on developers than consumers.
Here are some of the features that I think will benefit homeschoolers the most. Continue Reading →
During their annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) Apple announced many of the features in their upcoming mobile operating system iOS 8.
Due out in the fall, there’s a particular feature that will be of interest to parents and homeschoolers: Family Sharing. Continue Reading →