As part of the TeachThought January Blog Challenge today’s prompt is: Share a time when you learned a very important lesson from one of your students. The Florida Today newspaper archive only goes bask to 2002, so we will both have… Continue Reading →
I prided myself on my ability to work with the tough ones. The kids that other teachers could or would not handle I would be willing to take. I also asked to have only one of those special ones per class, but… Continue Reading →
Read my guest post for EdCamp Savannah.
As part of the TeachThought January Blog Challenge today’s prompt is: Share a TED Talk that you found useful/ interesting/ inspiring, and share why. Rita Pierson Every kid needs a champion Um, that’s how school is supposed to be; it… Continue Reading →
Content Vocabulary ties in to online learning experiences since teaching the vocabulary is teaching the content. It also makes for a nice introductory unit to any online module/course work sequence. If consistent throughout all courses offered it can also be a… Continue Reading →
You might remember that I love a good MOOC. And if you didn’t remember that, I should point out that last year I tried out five Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and the first MOOC I finished was a Coursera one… Continue Reading →