Weekly Review

Educational Technology I’ve been thinking a ton about educational technology (to be fair, this is pretty much a constant). Educational technology is different from consumer […]

Weekly Update (April 4, 2022)

Workflows I had a neat conversation about things that we can do. One example that I shared was when I had overheard a teacher state […]

Documentation Upgrade

Documentation Upgrade We should acknowledge that an undercurrent of the pandemic in K-12 was stalled support. I find myself updating documentation and am startled by […]

Podcasts and Vodcasts: Positive Aspects

Podcasts, short audio recordings, and vodcasts, short video recordings, are available to learners on demand and meet the needs of modern learners in a timely […]

Pragmatism vs Possibilities

Now that technology purchasing season is upon us, I’ve been thinking a lot about pragmatism and possibilities. Pragmatism – “an approach that assesses the truth […]

Student Data Sheet

*Warning, what follows may not be the most efficient or elegant solution to the problem noted. However, it is a solution. In education, we frequently […]

Edu Supply Chain Disruptions

Edu Supply Chain Disruptions The pandemic has disrupted many supply chains. The edu supply chain disruptions will have a wide-reaching impact for years to come. […]

No one is Coming to Save Teachers

If 2021 taught me anything, it is that no one is coming to save teachers. We need to save ourselves. No one is Coming to […]

Teacher Communication Upgrade Infographic

Teacher Communication Upgrade Communication in an in-person classroom and a blended learning classroom is the same according to Gurley (2018). Given the opportunity, teachers default […]

Performative Arts

Today’s thought revolves around “performative arts” and how that may impact education. What does teaching look like? I’m wondering if when we think of teaching, […]

Stop Misusing Pandemic Era Teaching Terminology

The pandemic has been confusing enough. The recklessness of educational terminology should not contribute to more confusion. Stop misusing pandemic era teaching terminology. Consider those […]

3 Ways Educators Come through COVID-19

All educators are tired at this point. After a full year of COVID-19 school in 2020-2021 after theĀ  Spring of 2020, educators did not expect […]

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