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    Include, Inquire, Inspire

    Include, Inquire, Inspire. The Learning 2 Europe conference hashtag and catchphrase have been running through my mind since it finished two days ago.  The conference may have ended, but the ideas generated and connections made will hopefully last b
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    Idea Hospitality

    “Ideas are easy. It's the execution of ideas that really separates the sheep from the goats.” ― Sue Grafton That talk was part of the 2016 Learning2 Conference, hosted in Saigon. Because the #learning2 community is so remarkably warm, I'v
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    Presentations From Learning2

    Hello all! I was lucky enough to meet a few of you at the Learning2 conference this past week(end) in Ho Chi Minh City. I hope those of you who were not able to attend were able to follow along on social media. During the conference I saw that the Le
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    44 Ways to a Connected Classroom

    Interested in connecting with another school this year? Hoping to build a bridge between classes at your school? Looking for an opportunity to let your students lead? Do you want to facilitate an authentic audience for your students? Is 'diversity o
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    Set the bar.

    When I was in my early 20's (nothing makes you feel older than a phrase like that), I paid my bills by bartending.  I didn't realize it at the time, but I had so much to learn about teaching from mixing martinis and recommending bottles of wines. I
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    That Kindling Moment

    In my Learning2 Talk this April, one idea I wanted to share was the notion of seeing the school year as a campfire. In keeping with this vision, I wanted teachers to see themselves as kindling bearers rather than feeling perpetually pressured to be t