If I were in a rut, or bored, or on summer break, then I suppose this would make more sense. But no these days I'm up to my ears in work, buried in a very demanding (but very satisfying) online
When I speak with innovative educators about preparing students for the 21st century, some work in schools where they are off and running, but more often than I’d like, I’m met with frustration.
With the end of the year right around the corner, I decided to dedicate a post to my favorite websites of the year.
OK, you just might be a Wordle power user, but I am sure you will learn at least one new thing from this Hooked On Wordle Educator Every time I present, I am amazed by the number of educators
Cross posted on Welcome to NCS Tech Planning lessons is hard. I teach in a K 4 computer lab. 25 classes, five a day, once a week, 42 minutes each. Like most people who teach in a lab, I'm
It was last Christmas Eve that I found this letter under my Christmas Tree I put it away for a year with the idea of sharing it with you Please take a moment to read this very special letter from
When I look back at my education, I tend to focus mostly on the negative. Perhaps this is a personal flaw. I believe I was a student who was very average in so many ways but I don't think that