Evangelizing the [digital] Natives

Chuck Baker writes about education technology, math instruction, reading and writing in the content areas, and his reflections on teaching his own children.

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I Went to a PBL School and Discovered How Little I Know About PBL

Altogether, I've probably attended at least 75 hours worth of professional learning and workshops on Project-Based Learning between my work with Pathways to Prosperity, various […]

Book Review: Called to Create: A Biblical Invitation to Create, Innovate, and Risk

Book: Called to Create: A Biblical Invitation to Create, Innovate, and Risk Author: Jordan Raynor Platform: I read this on the Hoopla Digital app (and […]

Why Do We Keep Looking for the Next Best Thing?

The next MJ. The next LeBron. The next iPhone. The next band. The next app. The next activity for your kid. The next testing platform […]

Why Are People STILL Upset with "New" Math?

You've seen the social media post like this, right? My mom sent it to my sister (also a teacher - @jenbearden) and I to ask if […]

Check Out These Tips for Searching In Google Drive

How's the organization on your Google Drive looking? Kind of like your desk? I suspect that most folks' Google Drive models their organization in real […]

Who Are the Gifted?

A couple of notes before we begin that deserve their own posts, but I'll never get ANYTHING written if I don't just jump ahead and […]

When It's (Not Quite) the End of the Year

Yeah! The end of the school year is soon upon us! Which also means you feel frazzled, your kids are spent, it's just in time […]

If You Don't Love Our Students, Please, Just Leave

Like most of St. Louis school districts (and the US?), my district had professional development this past Friday, giving the kids a 4 day weekend […]

How To Make A Great Lesson in 2 Hours After Midnight - My First #BreakoutEdu Game

I've known about BreakoutEdu for almost a year and a half. I've facilitated the "Decoding the War" game a couple different times at events with Connected […]

To My Student (Re)considering Teaching

Part of my final today was a student reflection on the project we were completing and on math class as a whole. My most conscientious […]

Is "Makerspace" Another Learning Silo?

The principles of design, engineering and iteration that students get to practice in maker environments is invaluable - I get it. What worries me some […]

The System is BREAKING, for Many it is ALREADY Broken: A #MLTSfilm Review

My district is hosting a screening of the education documentary Most Likely to Succeed on Thursday, April 14 - its something I've been anticipating since […]

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