[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
The goal of this post:
“Provide documented evidence of ongoing, back-and-forth communication. This reflection should include your participation in your personal learning network over the course of this program as well as your continued p
In the past month I came across the #observeme trend. Just take a look at the movement on this hashtag on Twitter in the past couple months. Combined with my reading and thoughts on the necessary evolution of teacher evaluation, I became very interes
Sometimes the best laid plans just don't work out. Sometimes, when you really want to tell someone to quit complaining and just do what you need to do, you really need to just sit still and listen. Sometimes, when you only get to ask two of your t
This week my post comes from the bleachers as I'm on my weekly lunch duty assignment.
[caption id="attachment_411" align="alignleft" width="197"] Out to Play[/caption]
One of the things I love about our middle school is the freedom the students
Here we are on another Friday afternoon. I've taken care of an apple for my afternoon snack and I'm ready to reflect.
I'm finding my most difficult challenge to be the part of the job that I also like the most. The constant change of attention
Lately, I have been reading a lot about adult education and the ways to make Professional Development really effective. And collecting articles in a Flipboard magazine. There are some really great articles out there!
We've all been there, sitting
Many teachers face times in their career when they find themselves less than satisfied with the work they are doing.
This is true for me too.
I want to feel that the teachers I work with are making gains with their technology education and that
Anyone at the EARCOS Teachers Conference in Manila right now? Anyone not here and wish they were here?
I just finished the second official day of my first EARCOS Teachers Conference experience (my third day if you count an awesome pre-conferen
I love giving presentations! Perhaps it is my background in drama and music theatre that has given me the confidence to perform and/or speak in front of an audience, or maybe it is my position at school that has afforded me many opportunities to pres