3 Ways to Become a Teacherpreneur

Entrepreneurs and educators do not always overlap. The nature of an educational career is predictable, and often a long sail on a ship, which if […]

Updating my Online Courses

I published a course back in 2013 {yikes, a while ago} which desperately needed updating. I accomplished a mini-goal of publishing a second course to […]

5 Things your Principal Thinks you Know about Technology

For whatever reason, Principals increasingly expect some basic knowledge out of all teachers. Yes, even that teacher down that hall. Use this round-up of basic […]

What do K12 Teachers Own?

Does it Matter what Teachers Own? Teachers in public K12 classrooms have some very basic similarities. We create, carry out, and then redo our lesson […]

A TPT Conspiracy?

The democratic idea of one teacher creating something and selling it to a teacher for a nominal fee is attractive. That is the premise of […]

Upgrades to Your Online Content

The hard part is putting your content online. Once your content is online, different challenges await you. Expect to revise your content at least once […]

Who isn’t a visual learner?

Have you heard the statement: “I am a visual learner.” Have you heard it less than a million times? Oh. My. Have you said it? […]

Wannabe YouTubers

Did your child tell you that s/he wants to be a YouTuber yet? Is your child trying to emulate those How Tos, Minecraft Guided Tours, […]

5 Summer Plans Teachers Already Have

Yes, it is January. Yes, you are only half way through the school year. But teachers already have summer plans and the (often unpaid) work […]

Content is King & You Don’t Know Much

It happens throughout your teaching career, you change something and have to start over again. It is eye-roll-worthy and exhausting, but it happens. New teachers, […]

Discovering Instructional Design 5: Goal Statements

In instructional design, goal statements (sometimes called purpose statements) are often used with the Affective Domain. Continue Reading → The post Discovering Instructional Design 5: […]

Challenge: Chunking

I have never said, “You’ve chunked that too small” when working with teachers on creating digital content. Never. Classroom teachers spend years honing year-long themes, […]

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