Guest Post via @briteeyes49: Sorry, I am No Longer Accepting New Students! #ClassSizeMatters

We are spending $30 billion a year to reduce class sizes, but a bad teacher with 30 kids is still a bad teacher with 16 kids. We should use those funds to increase salaries; great teachers can handle 30 students. — Ron Clark (@mrronclark_) April 2, 2018 To which I responded: OMG Great teachers can handle 30 kids? […]

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Guest Post via @tr_bo: The Power of Partnerships: Part Three

In January 2017 while we were bombarded with daily news of negative imagery across our country I attended a full day MakeyMakey certification training that restored my positive outlook. During this training Tom Heck from MakeyMakey he shared a concept that I latched onto and have not stopped since. He saw an opportunity for using MakeyMakey in special ed classrooms serving […]

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Diversity in Computer Science

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-qjses-95b63c   Recorded on July 22, 2018   Moderator: Kimberly Lane Clark (@askatechnogirl) @Ted_Ed Innovator, Blended Learning Specialist, #ISTE PLN Computer educator of the year, #nepris #STEM #CSadvocate, @Codeorg Facilitator #girlswhocode   Panelists: Annejeanette Washington (@ProfessaDiva954) 25 year Educator Computer Science Professor who loves #Edumatch   Stephanie Jacobs (@MsClassNSession) Stephanie D. Jacobs is an Instructional […]

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