Solve4Why

Random thoughts on Educational Technology, Science, Teaching and Learning written by a middle school science teacher learning new ways to incorporate technology in the science classroom, and beyond.

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#Intentional: What Does a Graduate Look Like?

I sat in on a very interesting learning session at the ICE2017 conference this past week.  The title of the session was “The Intersection of […]

#Intentional: Reading, Writing… Boys.

The topic of 3rd grade boys, failing school and ending up in the prison pipeline came up the other day.  There is all sorts of […]

#Intentional: PLNs, Hostile Takeovers and Small Challenges

So, to recap, I quit my job on September 15th. A week ago. Ten thousand twenty minutes ago. Six hundred one thousand two hundred seconds […]

#Intentional: Teaching, Training, Trolling Toxic Education

So, I quit.  Friday was my last day.  I spent the beginning of the weekend giggling at the idea of NOT having to pick out […]

#Intentional: Why.. . Revisited

This year has been all about the intentional: thinking it through, having conversations and reflecting on it all. Making decisions that can shift and shake […]

#Intentional: Why?

This past week, as part of the preparations to begin another school year, the middle school team I now belong to sat down with our […]

Scholastic Karma

The school year starts for me August 7th with a week of PD and room decoration and planning. I’m at a new school, reading to […]

Tech Review: Seesaw

I haven’t done a tech review in a minute! The “try something new each semester” rule is kicking though, so here we go! So, in […]

#Intentional: Must Have Apps: Lesson Planning and Assessment

As the new school year looms in the visible future, it’s time to start thinking about what tech tools I’ll be using this year.  New […]

#Intentional: Repotting the Plant

My father grew up on a farm in central Mississippi.  His parents were sharecroppers, working the soil that belonged to someone else and scraping out […]

#NotAtISTE2017?? Not a Problem

Sue Waters has “attended” ISTE  for the past 3 years – VIRTUALLY.  In this article, she shares her tips on how to be “in the […]

#Intentional: Amplification of Voice

The summer professional development season has begun in full earnest!  I attended and presented at the #evillageNWI conference in Valparaiso this week.  I hadn’t intended […]

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