A place to share and reflect on educational learnings and trends. I blog about what I am learning and doing as educational technology coordinator. Topics inculde educational technology, apps, iPads, Google, coding and STEM.

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Engaging and Keeping the Attention of Students

This is my Week 2 post from our 'Don't Ditch That Tech' book study.-------------------------In "Don't Ditch That Tech", the authors state that "What we do […]

Hello Universally Designed Leadership!

This is Week 1 of my Universally Designed Leadership course with Dr. Kristan Rodriguez, being offered through Novak Consulting. If you want to know a […]

3 Ways I Want To Improve What I Do, Digitally

This is part 1 of a 4 part series of blog posts centered around a summer book study with my PLN. The book we are […]

You Must Ask The Right Questions

Take a lesson from Dr. Lanning of iRobot. If student responses are limited, you must ask the right questions! Are you are getting little or […]

Time Saver Tip for Teachers: Amazon Share A Cart

If you have ever wanted to send your Amazon cart to someone, boy do I have a tip for you!No more having to give someone […]

Paper Circuit Teacher Name Tags for the First Day of School

Paper circuits are an excellent way to bring technology and science into any lesson or activity. At the beginning of each school year, I focus […]

My Spring 2017 Student Blog Challenge

Last year we adopted Kidblog as our district blogging platform. To get more students blogging and writing, I thought I would create a blogging challenge […]

Parent Conference Ideas and Supports

To support my teachers I developed a few tools using Google Docs and Google Forms. If they are helpful to you feel free to make […]

Experience A Year At The White House With A Dollar Bill

Never before has the one dollar bill been so cool! Try the new 1600 app and experience the White The White House at Christmas House as […]

#FallCUE A Healthy #FOMO Habit

According to Texas A&M University, #FOMO may have negative effects on Generation Y. "With at least 24 percent of teenagers online 'almost constantly,' it's no […]

Creating a community of learners: new principal implements Smart Start

This year I was assigned an extra duty, principal of a small K-8 school. I am excited to add principal to my list of duties. […]

Using TED-Ed Lessons to Build Community

This summer I am taking the TED-Ed July Challenge and watching a lesson a day for 31 days.Each lesson consists of a 3-5 minute video, […]

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