Education

Posts in this category deal with general education musings of mine.

This one time, at scout camp…

This past week, Mari Venturino posted to her blog, ‘This one time, at band camp…‘ which reflected on her journey to a career in education. This resonated with me and brought back flashbacks as to why I became an educator. A long…

A Coaching Win…The Story of Kelly Lee

Recently I read a post, one in a series, by Adam Schoenbart titled ‘The Coaching Chronicles: Small Victories, Big Impact‘. It reminded me of a “victory” I had the pleasure of hearing about this week. A little back story, right around the…

Google Cast for Education

From time to time, I like to recommend different tech tools which I feel can easily be incorporated in classrooms and change the instructional practices of teachers. One such tool is Google Cast for Education. I can’t describe it any…

Halloween Hack 2016

This year’s Halloween Hack, sponsored by CMS’s PRISM Students saw many a variety of activities. They had a maze for you to guide one of their Dash Robots, you could create with candy and toothpicks, a station was setup with a…

A New Tool (at least for me) to Try!

This year, in addition to being building based (I’m at a middle school) the members of the Teacher Resouce Specialists for Technology (TRST) team and I are also department based. This means I will also be coordinating with the Math…

It’s Been Awhile…

So, I haven’t posted on here in quite some time.  Lots of things have popped up in life that has always pushed this to the back burner.  I do need to get back into a habit of posting and sharing…

My Opportunity as a Webinar Panelist

On June 2nd, I had the chance to present during a webinar hosted by Susan Oxnevad. I was part of an Edu-awesome group including, Kathy Schrock, Jodie Johnston, Laura Moore, and Christi Collins. Each of us presented a 360°/VR ThingLink…