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.
Last year about this time, I wrote about Top 25 Tech Tools to try in 2015. These are still great options for 2016 but I wanted to highlight several more that you can use this upcoming school year. The same tech tools criteria applies… Edtech continues to evolve and grow, with new players entering the […]
In May 2008, the week before Memorial Day, I was coasting towards the finish line. I had successfully prepared my 9th grade students for the World History end of course test. Summer was in sight. My kids had already taken their Standards of Learning (short for SOL test…yes, for real) and I was looking forward […]
Respect your audience. Is it relevant to their lives? If the answer is, “No, I’m teaching this because it’s a standard,” I would argue that your lesson plan could use some revisions.