Your New #EdTech Diet

Whatever your politics, it is shocking that immediately after the huge teacher-win of shifted face-to-face teaching and learning to emergency remote learning in mere days […]

Summer Reading List 2020

There are two things teachers can prepare for going into the 2020-2021 school year. And the pandemic isn’t really one of them! Sort of. There […]

Transition to Kindergarten #Infographic

The transition to Kindergarten starts 6 months before the school year starts. Are you on schedule? #edchatClick To Tweet The transition to Kindergarten starts 6 […]

Week 1 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2020

Welcome to the 2020 #8weeksofsummer blog challenge! After the single largest show of determination and professionalism this past spring, teachers need this summer like no […]

#BlackLivesMatter

I don’t post a lot of political things here. That doesn’t mean that I’m not political or passionate about politics. I am. I’m also privileged. […]

Amazon Prime Day Delayed

The annual Amazon Prime Day is being delayed this year due to COVID-19. Their Chinese-based supply chain, the lean inventory of Amazon, and domestic supply […]

Weekly Review

So, it’s been way more than a week since I posted a weekly review. I’ve been working lots and lots of hours over the past […]

Narrative Assessments

Maybe it is because we have so many of our students being educated by parents, siblings, non-educators, but the time to bring back narrative assessments […]

Contact Tracing

Nicky Case has a wonderful, easy to understand explanation of how we could implement contact tracing without Big Brother issues. We certainly don’t know everything […]

#RemoteLearning is Something Different

I have the background of a face-to-face K-12 teacher, an online graduate student, and someone who has studied blended learning for the past ten years.  […]

#RemoteLearning Project: Operation Relax

Kindness Rocks #RemoteLeanring and isolation from our teachers {except for overly populated, under-managed video conference calls} makes my boys sad.  We have to find a […]

I chose wisely.

I chose wisely. Over 30 years ago, I vowed to have and to hold “for better or worse”. I may have the words slightly wrong […]

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