2017 Reflections (updated)

To my network, I express the deepest gratitude. Thank you for DMs of confirmation and Voxers full of collaboration. Thank you for the conference laughs and EdCamp experiences! To my friends and family who listened to me process, debate, toil and analyze- thank you for the hours upon hours of support you have given me. … Continue reading 2017 Reflections (updated)

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The Tale of two Techy Trails (and the power of YET)

It's been a while since my last blog post because I have begun some new Techy Trails which I would love to share with you. Techy Trails 1: New school, new grade level, new role For the 2017-2018, school year I began teaching at a local elementary school who asked me to come to innovate … Continue reading The Tale of two Techy Trails (and the power of YET)

21 CLD Teachers = 21 CLD students: Based on ITL Research evidence

There have been many pedagogical shifts happening within the past five years in order to focus on preparing students for jobs that don't currently exist. The focus on STEM careers has been a particularly large emphasis within the educational world. So as an educator we know the students need to be able to speak with … Continue reading 21 CLD Teachers = 21 CLD students: Based on ITL Research evidence

Classroom Hack: Microsoft OneNote and OneNote ClassNotebook

First, let me begin by urging readers to get access to the free Office 365 tools just for being an educator. You will not regret it!  Click here to register for your free account!  OneNote: Teacher Uses  One of the amazing tools that you will have access to is OneNote. "What is it" you wonder? … Continue reading Classroom Hack: Microsoft OneNote and OneNote ClassNotebook