Note: As these webinars are finished, the recorded links will be added below and will be titled “done”. I am super excited to announce that I ❤ EDU will be hosting a variety of webinars this month to support educators with distance learning! Myself, along with two of my favorite techie friends (Melissa King and… Read More I ❤ EDU Webinars: April (Part 1)
As many schools are transitioning to distance learning over the next couple of weeks, I thought it would be helpful to make a tutorial for Google Hangouts Meet. Google Hangouts Meet is an easy way to hold high-quality video meetings (for free!), collaborate and continue to build relationships with your students from a distance. Per… Read More Google Hangouts Meet Tutorial
I’m going to be honest. This post is literally popped into my brain about 5 minutes ago. It wasn’t pre-planned. It wasn’t carefully lined out. It wasn’t something I have been thinking about for weeks. Instead, this post is completely spontaneous and unfiltered. So, let’s see how this goes. Times are a little crazy right… Read More The Kids Are Watching
Is anyone else looking around asking, “What the heck just happened?” Maybe it’s just me – but, man, it’s been a weird week. I’m not going to get into the conversation about COVID-19 and my personal beliefs or thoughts. At this point, none of that matters. It just doesn’t. What matters now is asking an… Read More Remote Learning Strategies
Years ago, I read a book called How Full Is Your Bucket while I was attending graduate school for my administrative services credential. Although it wasn’t technically an “education” book, it was probably one of my favorite books of my master’s degree program. In this book, the author talked about the “magic ratio” of positive and negative… Read More Focus on the Positives: A HyperDoc Activity
I’ve been sitting on this post for three months or so. I’ve gone back and forth on whether to write it or not because I often worry about how things will be read. Will my message be received the way I intend? Will I come off too harsh? Too hypocritical? Too egotistical? Too much of… Read More Dude. Be Nice.
Today I made a mistake – and that’s okay. Last night, my students completed their notes on “Estimating Irrational Roots”. As a part of these notes, the students fill in a number line (which I obtained via another teacher or TPT or online – I can’t remember) with decimals and square roots. By doing this,… Read More Mistakes Were Made…And That’s Okay
A couple of weeks ago, myself and a colleague completed our first Digital BreakoutEdu. Click HERE to read about it. It was a great success – the students loved it. More importantly, they were able to use critical thinking skills to solve problems from our content standards. It’s was the best of both worlds! As… Read More Digital BreakoutEdu: The Secret Stockbroker Society