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    Time to Sow NOT to Harvest

    At the beginning of course 5, I thought this would be the easiest part of the course. Talking to people? Learning? Piece of cake! [caption id="attachment_327" align="alignright" width="202"] Creative Commons, Pixabay.com[/caption] You can tel
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    Applications, Criticism, and Procrastiworking

    Yesterday, I applied to a doctoral program in educational technology. That was a surprisingly hard sentence to type. Let me try it again. Yesterday, I applied to a doctoral program in educational technology. Ok, a little easier that time, b
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    [caption id="attachment_310" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Afraid and excited to begin again. (Kundel 2017)[/caption] I thought my COETAIL journey was over after the Course 4 final project. I know I didn't tell you, dear cyberspace reader, but I
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    Sharing...a teachers imperative

    We are able to share thoughts and ideas about anything and everything with the click of a button. It is so easy to share these days and we all do it. We share our thoughts about a variety of subject areas from the weather, the food we are eating, mus
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    Poor Ken Bone

    Of all the memorable things that happened in the US presidential debates this year, one man stood out. Not Donald Trump, but Ken Bone of the second debate. He became an adorable internet sensation overnight and, almost inevitably, a quick fall from g
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    The Zombie Apocalypse

    I'll admit, screens scare me. Not just the Black Mirror type of screens (which is an excellent series, if not surreal and hopefully not too prophetic), but the screens of my students. Specifically, the amount of time they spend looking at screens in
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    Badge Envy

    Every Wednesday afternoon, I walked a little slower than usual out of Jackson Elementary. The girls with teal uniforms crowded around a table in the library resource room. I wanted that sash. I needed that sash. Alas, it was not to be. My mom woul