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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Kindergarten iPads - Our Equal Access Plan

We are outfitting kindergarten classes in our district with a minimum of 8 iPads each. The goal is to provide equal access in all classroom […]

Math and Google Drawing

Math and Google Drawing Resources

Using Smarter Balanced Interim Assessments

Did you know there are Interim Assessments available for you to take as an educator so you can see what they are like? Do you […]

1st DN Schools Photo Walk for Teachers

Start the year off learning and being creative.Join me for the 1st Ever DN Schools Photo Walk!

Should Teachers Get Flight Reviews?

In over a decade in the classroom, I never received an evaluation that helped me improve as a teacher. Some years an administrator would observe […]

3 Great Things About The SHIFT Symposium 2015

Recently, I spent two days learning at the SHIFT Symposium in Humboldt County. This was a high energy and fun symposium focused on helping all […]

4 Reasons To Use Google Classroom Next Year

Learn how to use Google Classroom as a tool to improve student learning. Join me, +Joshua Harris and +Dawn Kasperson for a 30 min discussion about why you should […]

Teaching in the Digital Age - Online class starts August 3rd

Teaching in the Digital AgeReady for an infusion of skills to help you teach today's digital learners?Teaching in the Digital Age is an eight week, […]

How to add more fonts to Google Docs

Here is a quick Google tip on how to add more fonts to Google Docs. Google has many cool fonts that can add some pizzazz […]

5 Things We Have To Stop Pretending

I accepted this challenge from +Lisa Nowakowski as part of the #MakeSchoolDifferent Challenge started by +Scott McLeod. Here is my list of 5 things we need to stop […]

Check out these teacher's new blogs!

This week I finished teaching an online course called Teaching in the Digital Age. I built this course as a personalized learning opportunity for teachers […]

Multi-class Digital Citizenship Lesson with Google Hangouts on Air

Integrating digital citizenship curriculum into classrooms can be tricky for a variety of reasons. Two of the main issues for our teachers are time and […]

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