Two books have impacted my journey as an education more so than all the books I have read as they were the backbone of my philosophy of being an administrator. When I became a Vice Principal almost 5 years ago, I received copies of How Full is Your Bucket? By Tom Rath [@TomCRath] and What Great Principals Do […]Read more "Guest Post via @ClarksRoom: Reservoir or River"
Within the last year, Sprint has had commercials on with the old, “can you hear me now,” Verizon guy saying he has switched to Sprint because they are within 1% of reliability and like half the cost. ***Note – I recently switched from Sprint to Verizon. This post is in no way saying you should switch! […]Read more "Guest Post via @clarksroom: Can You Hear Me Now…Be a 1-percenter"
Students everywhere have become increasingly worried with test scores, assignment marks, and report cards. They are fixated on obtaining a high mark, and when they do not receive their expected mark, they are extremely disappointed. They will check their score, and toss away their paper. Got an A? Great, don’t need to look at this. […]Read more "Guest Post via @KaralineVla: Can I Get Some Feedback on That?"
We tend to over-complicate things. Maybe that statement is itself….an over-simplification, but I think it is true. In education we tend to make things way more complicated than they need to be, at least I think so. As I go throughout my day as a middle school administrator, it seems I have to make a […]Read more "Guest Post via @clarksroom: A Battle of Wits!"
William and Aida, Bloggers and Digital Innovators in Jacksonville Florida #MyQuestToTeach Hip Hop Nutcracker – Blending of Hip Hop and the Classic Nutcracker William Jackson, My Quest To Teach Edited By Aida C. The Hip Hop Nutcracker was a musical explosion combing old school Hip Hop with classical music and the grace, elegance, and power […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: Hip Hop Nutcracker – Blending of Hip Hop and the Classic Nutcracker"
Hi, my name is Lisa and I am an Edtech ambassador. Reason 1. I LOVE the resource. I use it. Often. That’s why I was chosen. Whatever the edtech tool or resource, it is a part of my classroom toolbox. It works for me and my students. It’s a tool that helps me, help my students. If […]Read more "Guest Post via @briteeyes49: 5 Reasons I am an #Edtech Ambassador!"
21 Reasons African Digital Innovation Can Build Dopeness William Jackson #MyQuestToTeach Sponsor of WordCamp Nairobi Kenya 2017 The recent WordCamp Nairobi and other tech venues that are hosting technology conferences, workshops, meetups and supporting entrepreneurs and I-trepreneurs are growing in Africa. Tech is becoming commonplace. Being dope on Social Media is not a cultural thing, […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: 21 Reasons African Digital Innovation Can Build Dopeness"