I’m excited to lead a WizIQ webinar called “Explore, Create, Contribute: the Best in Free Online Resources for Educators.” It’s free and coming soon on 2 April 2015 at 2:30 EST. Hopefully you can come! In these days of ubiquitous free online resources, you may be wondering about my use of “the best” in describing the online resources we’ll… Read more Explore, Create, Contribute: the Best in Free Online Resources for Educators
VOICE. When I joined a conversation with a broader education community during this past year, my teaching was transformed. I realized that everyone has something to contribute. We all have different experiences, locales, giftedness, and interests. I began to find my voice. I like the way Malyn Mawby, a wise woman who blogs at Love2Learn,… Read more My One Word
Updated 26 January 2019 Wow, who would have thought that I would go back to 2011–to one of my first blog posts–and update it today, almost 8 years later? Yesterday’s ‘assignment’ for the #Blogging28 Challenge was to update an old post, something I had not really tried previously. I looked at a few posts and couldn’t… Read more Thanks, eltpics!
Over the past few months I have delighted in meeting so many excellent educators through their tweets and blogs. So many people contributing their genius out in the digital world! A few are amazing writers, but many of us are not. But you know what? I’ve found it doesn’t matter! Is writing the most important… Read more Joining the Conversation…
Do Create Make your class blogs a place to showcase the creativity of your genius students. Post their work, so their audience is not limited to just one–the teacher. For years I have posted student work on our web page, but now I believe posting it on our blog makes our potential audience so much… Read more The Do’s of Classroom Blogging