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Serving up steaming scoops of K12 edtech observation, thoughts, and opinions. With gravy.

#EdTech Bill of Rights

Not yet resolved or ratified, have your first glimpse of the #EdTech Bill of Rights You have the right to The Internet. Well, sort of … if by The Internet you mean a censored version, subject to rolling firewalls, then… Continue Reading →

#EdTech Red Flags

If you are not immersed in educational technology (#edtech) daily you are excused from the memorization of these red flag terms used while vendors try to sell either educational hardware of software. That is however where I live, in #edtech land. And I… Continue Reading →

Dealing with a Competence Gap

Students are the easy part of teaching. Students are easy to like. Students do not know it all, and really are able to act like curious learners easily. Adults however, can be a challenge. Adults are often scared to not know… Continue Reading →

Summer Reads

Sometimes I find myself “saving up books” to read when I have more time. Sound familiar to any teachers out there? <image Of course I buy many of my books from Amazon, some paper, some Kindle. But I’d also recommend… Continue Reading →

New Containers, Old Methods

What social media does for Connected Educators today is amazing. I noticed an inbound link to my blog Thursday, likely because it was “funny” Spanish to me – also known as – not English or Spanish. I followed it to an interesting blog… Continue Reading →

Pick your Tightrope

You might not have thought about this, but we are all walking a tightrope each day in our roles within education. When my youngest son picked up the picture book The Man Who Walked Between the Towers I first met Philippe… Continue Reading →

Over Invested

I am trapped I wanted to be part of the group for lunch, but now I am 20 minutes in to a 60 minute presentation. My investment exceeded my pay off as soon as I was done with my sandwich. My… Continue Reading →

It is Not the Education Critic who Counts

It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the… Continue Reading →

Questions, not Opinions

Communication is tricky now a days, and not just for the young. With social media continually prompting for comments it is no wonder we have a glut of opinions out there. And of course, it is okay to have an… Continue Reading →

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