{"version":"20150408","show_thumbnails":true,"show_date":true,"show_context":true,"layout":"grid","headline":"Related","items":[{"id":7474,"url":"http:\/\/edtechteacher.org\/ettchat-larry-reiff\/","url_meta":{"origin":2210,"position":0},"title":"#ETTchat: \"My classroom is a lab.\" Get to know Larry Reiff","date":"July 29, 2015","format":false,"excerpt":"Here at EdTechTeacher, we take pride in the fact that all of our Instructors and Presenters are experienced classroom teachers and dynamic speakers. They not only have a vast array of knowledge in their field, but insights into the future of education. This summer and fall, we want to introduce\u2026","rel":"nofollow","context":"In \"Blog\"","img":{"src":"https:\/\/i2.wp.com\/edtechteacher.org\/wp-content\/uploads\/2015\/07\/floods.001.jpeg?resize=350%2C200","width":350,"height":200},"classes":[]},{"id":7995,"url":"http:\/\/edtechteacher.org\/ios-shakespeare-live-blog-with-lawrence-reiff\/","url_meta":{"origin":2210,"position":1},"title":"iOS & Shakespeare - LIVE blog with Lawrence Reiff","date":"November 17, 2015","format":false,"excerpt":"Larry, a humanities teacher at Roslyn High School, is in the 5th year of his 1:1 iPad program and an Apple Distinguished Educator. While his technology has been beneficial, he finds that his work in the Folger Teaching Shakespeare Institute to have been the most valuable experience for making Shakespeare\u2026","rel":"nofollow","context":"In \"Blog\"","img":{"src":"https:\/\/i1.wp.com\/edtechteacher.org\/wp-content\/uploads\/2015\/11\/Screen-Shot-2015-11-17-at-2.21.44-PM.png?resize=350%2C200","width":350,"height":200},"classes":[]},{"id":6426,"url":"http:\/\/edtechteacher.org\/spatial-history-project\/","url_meta":{"origin":2210,"position":2},"title":"The Stanford University Spatial History Project - a New View of History - from Jennifer Carey","date":"December 9, 2014","format":false,"excerpt":"This post first appeared on Free Technology for Teachers. Stanford University\u2019s Spatial History Project is a community that combines humanities research with \u201cspatial, textual and visual analysis.\u201d On their about page, they explain that as scholars, they realize the significance and importance of displaying information within a spatial context. Too\u2026","rel":"nofollow","context":"In \"Blog\"","img":{"src":"https:\/\/i2.wp.com\/edtechteacher.org\/wp-content\/uploads\/2014\/11\/Screen-Shot-2014-11-30-at-6.28.15-PM.png?resize=350%2C200","width":350,"height":200},"classes":[]}]}