While this is the first exposure that I have had to SAMR and TPACK, I feel like there is an intrinsic knowledge of these frameworks that most educators (in the 21st century, at least) already possess. It's the identification and purposeful practice a
“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
Failure is the opportunity to begin again more intelligently.
Henry Ford said that. And as I sit here, at 10pm on Sunday evening writing this post for Week 1, I know I will strive to better organize my time next week. I am also very thankful that I
This year, our school went to a 1:1 MacBook program in the MS after first introducing it at the elementary level. To encourage teachers to fully integrate technology, the school brought in Kim Coffino to do a workshop on "Transforming Student Learn
Kicking off Course 4
I loved having the space and time to talk about pedagogy. I don’t know if I ever said the word pedagogy as much as I have since I started thinking about technology in the classroom. Being able to debate and talk and share idea