Here it is, finally, my reflective and final project project blog post. These past few months have been an absolute whirlwind and I'm in utter denial about where and how the time has flown by. At this stage- better late than never, is my go-to phrase
After reading, “Shaping Tech for the Classroom” by Mark Prensky, I realized I am a technology teacher who pushes “old things in old ways” onto students and teachers. In my mind and in the moment I think I am creating “old things in new wa
"Your message is only as good as your ability to share it."
-from Column Five on Vimeo
So much is changing in brain research in relation to the way we are presented with and process information. The American Society of Training and Documentation
“Messing Around” is my new favorite buzzword and I’ll make sure I use it with my students and my colleagues. I like how it has an educational and positive connotation to it. The philosophy behind messing around is certainly familiar, remind