Start here: Crazy Fun Pics/Vid’s For those of us who attend conferences one, two, or many times throughout the year, the real Takeaway is often the relationships created and the opportunity to breathe just a little bit away from the daily grind. I am not a conference junkie by any stretch. For my own professional […]Read more "Guest Blog via @tr_bo: What I learned from Fall CUE"
Politics in the Classroom Many teachers completely avoid the subject of politics in the classroom while others feel it is their responsibility to share their political agendas with their students. I imagine most teachers fall somewhere in between. I believe that discussing politics and current events in the classroom is a vital component of a […]Read more "Guest Post via @dockerby: Politics in the Classroom"
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-afmy6-9bc727 Recorded on October 7, 2018 Panelists: Martine Brown (@MMBrown_Brown) Martine Brown is an Instructional Coach from Dallas County. In her spare time she enjoys running and spending time with family. Misty Kluesner (@MistyKluesner) Misty is a Digital Innovation ToSA for Campbell Union School District in California. She is an avid sketchnoter and […]Read more "Tweet & Talk: Sketchnotes"
21 Reasons Your Content Should Be Great After FlBlogCon William Jackson #MyQuestToTeach FlBlogCon Education Speaker 2014 Being great on Social Media is not a thing of chance, it is the ability to be comfortable in your digital life as a content creator, digital innovator, thought leader, graphic artist, […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: 21 Reasons Your Content Should Be Great After FlBlogCon"
Brian Kulak is the founder of Leveluplead.com and author of the upcoming book, Level Up Leadership: Advance Your EduGame. Brian is a K-5 principal in New Jersey, a writer and speaker, and a proud husband and father. Follow him on Twitter @bkulak11. Provide Student Voice in Everything You Do When we arrived at the rescue shelter […]Read more "Guest post via @bkulak11: Debarked"
I’ve decided to throw my hat into the ring of this fairly divisive subject. Now, lets set the scene. I’m 36. I grew up at a time when Windows 3.1 was being used in schools, with RM Nimbus machines. Therefore, you could say I have had a lifetime of tech use in and out of […]Read more "Guest post via @beachhist: Smartphones – Friend or Foe?"
Everyone thinks that being innovative and trying new and improved things is the way to improve student learning. The next new piece of technology or the next best curriculum will be what gets our students to be successful. While those things can be good, they may or may not be what is going to help […]Read more "Guest Post via @clarksroom: What Actually Helps Students Learn"