My Flipboard Magazine

I have been keeping a parallel site in Flipboard for several years now. Here is how you can access...


Recent themes to my work has been the nature of how, and what, we share. I wanted to reflect a little on my own ‘sharing’ […]

The ‘killer’ interview question?

In your last interview, were you asked a question you thought was either too tough, too personal, too ambiguous, etc.? Did you think you ‘nailed […]

4 end-of-year activities for advisory

Acknowledge, share, recognize The end of the school year is every bit as happy and joyous as it is chaotic and stressful. Make sure that […]

How to Create Your Own Digital Magazine

There is a lot of content out there. I’m sure you agree. The web is full of websites, blogs, journals and other platforms that (try […]

Tim Holt's Interesting Things

Along with this blog, I also curated few magazines over on Flipboard. Here is what it looks like....

I is for Identity

3 tech-rich strategies for exploring identity with students “Who am I?” is the question at the heart of the adolescent mind. Almost all challenges, tests, […]

F is for Family Communication

4 edtech tools for family communication How can technology help make communicating with your students’ families easier? These 4 edtech tools for family communication offer different […]

What I Learned from #notatiste15

This year I did not attend the ISTE (International Society of Technology Educators) conference and participated in the Google+ #notatiste15 community instead. There were some great […]

4 ways to keep social media manageable

Be strategic with your time Social media gives you a number of different ways to meet great innovative educators, willing to share what they’re doing […]

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