I learned a TON but mostly, I thought about getting back to a place that included kids, a school, and my passion of instructional technology. And learning. A LOT.
If you’ve ever taken students on a field trip you know what a valuable learning experience it can provide. My favorite memories of teaching high school history come from taking a group of World History I students to the Chrysler Museum to compete in an ancient history photo scavenger hunt. There were prizes. There were […]
It’s hard to get energized after the holidays, even if you have approximately 2 weeks off to recharge. Two weeks of a holiday break feels more like a day trip. Quick, fun, good food, and then…….it’s done. Here are 7 Easy Ways to Hit Rest in the New Year for my favorites- TEACHERS!
WriteReader is a free web tool that enables students in grades K-5 to become authors of their own books. Yes, you heard correctly, it is FREE for students and teachers to use. It works on most devices using a Chrome browser. It also is the only early literacy tech tool that has a chrome extension, how […]
Teachers give so much all year to make sure their students are learning and thriving. Oftentimes neglecting themselves. They can’t pour from an empty cup, y’all! Do you have a special teacher in your life that deserves an amazing gift? I have some ideas for you…all of these gifts I personally would be thrilled to receive. Hint, hint sweet husband!