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Making a Global Connection

This is the first in a series of posts co-written by myself and Kristian Still (@KristianStill), an educator from the U.K. with whom I connected on Twitter.  You will learn more about each of us and how and why we … Continue reading

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Social Media: Friend or Foe?

Recently I’ve been reading and viewing a lot about the use of social media for business, for education, and for fun. I’ve been an avid social media user for personal and professional reasons for many years. In fact, next week … Continue reading

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How I’m Taking Action

This has been a rough week. I’ve experienced a range of emotions, from hope to sadness to anger to sickness to fear to confusion to helplessness. And I’m a straight, white middle class woman of privilege. I cannot even begin … Continue reading

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Why Innovate? #IMMOOC

Thank you to George Couros, Katie Martin, and Dave Burgess for inspiring me (and hundreds of other educators!) to share reflections about innovation while we discuss The Innovator’s Mindset through the #IMMOCC. In the first week’s video, Dave charged educators … Continue reading

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Things I’m Loving Friday, Volume 19

On Fridays I like to share the things that help me as a leader and a learner. Please join in by sharing what you are loving lately! Twitter, Tweetdeck and Hashtags, oh my! – I’ve celebrated all of these ideas … Continue reading

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Thinking in Numbers

I began this blog back in 2012.  Since then I have written 230 posts. For Question Week, I wrote one blog post in questions. I have had two focus words: mindfulness and rejuvenate. My blog is filled with 26 posts about … Continue reading

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Reflections on the value of a PLN

My first year of teaching I was blessed to work in a middle school where we worked on true interdisciplinary teams.  I was the Spanish and Civics teacher on the team and my colleagues taught Math, Science, and English; we … Continue reading

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