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

Month April 2020

What Advocacy Looks Like #ECE

It would be easy to be intimidated at the title of an advocate.  You might think that is a title for lobbyists, politicians, or executives.  But in fact, advocacy looks like anyone with a passion for a topic and the… Continue Reading →

What comes after #RemoteLearning?

The K-12 educational world is having a moment. And the only thing we know about moments is that they do not last. Mid-March K-12 districts across the country started to shut down physical locations and offer remote learning instead.  Teachers… Continue Reading →

Teacher Technology Competencies

What are your technology competencies as a teacher? What should the technology competencies be of a teacher entering the profession? And how do we catch some teachers up with other teachers? What are your Technology Competencies as an educator? #edchat… Continue Reading →

#RemoteLearning is Something Different

I have the background of a face-to-face K-12 teacher, an online graduate student, and someone who has studied blended learning for the past ten years.  But this Remote Learning is something different than face-to-face/online/blended learning. #RemoteLearning is something different than… Continue Reading →

#RemoteLearning Project: Operation Relax

Kindness Rocks #RemoteLeanring and isolation from our teachers {except for overly populated, under-managed video conference calls} makes my boys sad.  We have to find a way to connect with our teachers. We want to let them know we miss them,… Continue Reading →

That #EdTech Boulder you’ve been Pushing…

We know each other.  We have been promoting the power of #edtech together for a while now. We may have met through Twitter, various #EdTech conferences, #EdCamps, or found each other in the hallways of our school – but we… Continue Reading →

Coronavirus Student Journal

[Insert Child’s Eye Roll Here] 🙄 I have many stories from when I was growing up living in Michigan.  I feel confident my boys can recite them by heart.  There is the one where I was in college and I… Continue Reading →

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