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What Parents say about #RemoteLearning

No doubt, opinions about remote learning are innumerable. Public schooling brings together very diverse families, all with differing priorities. When something as necessary as public education substantially changes, life changes. Children stayed out of school and stayed home. Home could… Continue Reading →

#RemoteLearning Roundup

As the new school year approaches, educators need to look back to the spring to learn how to improve what we can offer this fall. #RemoteLearning Roundup // Time to look back to look forward #BlendedLearning #BLinAction #BLchat #blendchat #edtech… Continue Reading →

Summer Reading List 2020

There are two things teachers can prepare for going into the 2020-2021 school year. And the pandemic isn’t really one of them! Sort of. There are only two things that should be on your reading list this summer. There are… Continue Reading →

Amazon Prime Day Delayed

The annual Amazon Prime Day is being delayed this year due to COVID-19. Their Chinese-based supply chain, the lean inventory of Amazon, and domestic supply chain concerns are all contributing. Some estimates are August or even September, but that could… Continue Reading →

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 →

Three Emails You Meant to Send

I hold some strong opinions on Email Efficiency for Teachers.  Yes, that is a thing. This article is more about the email that you have not sent, yet. The ones you are ruminating over, trying to phrase just so. I’d… Continue Reading →

Ethical Educators & Social Media

Social media has been around for a long time now.  Maybe it was around, maybe you were on social media before you were a teacher? If so, it might be check-up time to make sure you are using social media… Continue Reading →

Go Ahead, Become A “Certified Educator”

My workgroup encourages teachers in our district to become certified in educational technology tools that our district purchases.  We encourage certification in Nearpod, NewsELA, ThingLink, FlipGrid, BrainPop.  In fact, we have paid them to be certified in June after school… Continue Reading →

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