Hot Lunch Tray

Examine edtech tools, the use/potential of edtech, evaluation of K12 products, and MOOC exploration all in the pursuit of patching together true professional learning for a modern K12 teacher.

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Inbox eLearning

You’ve already read further than I thought you would. Maybe you received this via your Inbox? An email Inbox may not be your idea of […]

A Promise to My Kid’s Teacher

We are both teachers. Invariably one of us will have more experience. I promise not to lord that over you or be intimidated by yours. […]

Add Value to Recycled PL

Yes. Professional Learning is not as fresh as you suspect. Let’s get that out-of-the-way immediately. It is normal to calculate a presentation, class, or training […]

Book Report: The Water is Wide

I reread (2005, 2017) this book with advance knowledge of the cringe worthy, sideways glance at every teacher’s first years. I read it knowing that […]

Educational Non-Negotiables

What are your Educational Non-Negotiables? I use the term “non-negotiables” often on this blog: The good news is I am not your Union Representative I […]

Educational Nostalgia

Some times of year are thick with educational nostalgia. Graduations and the start of a school year are traditional times to reflect on your years […]

The Blended Learning Customer Experience

Teachers really may be the busiest people you know during the school year. And when it comes to building blended learning content, what they do […]

Is Content I Create for Class Mine?

Teachers have always created things for their students. Teachers spend so much time in the classroom and know their students so well, that is natural […]

How to Turn Worksheets into Online Content

Dear Asking for a Friend – It sounds like there is some confusion about online content at your school. And that sounds typical for where […]

Increased Transparency needs Increased Assurance

Many educational technologies include features with the benefit of making teaching and learning more transparent. For many transparency is a benefit; transparency creates more accountability between stakeholders […]

5 Ways to Fail at Blended Learning

Five ways to fail at Blended Learning: Avoid these 5 ways to fail at Blended Learning #edchatClick To Tweet Try to make everything available online […]

17 to Follow on Twitter for #ISTE2017

As you ramp up to the annual pinnacle in your professional learning with me at ISTE make sure you are following these folks into the […]

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