Camp is no longer just for kids! In fact, edcamps are cropping up all over the world as educators embrace the reality that professional development can be…… Read more “#edcamp…no tents or fires (at least we hope not)”
About two years ago I was in line behind a very sweet lady at the drug store. The clerk told her that the credit card machines were…… Read more “Technology…just a fad”
One question I encounter more than any other when dealing with technology is “what if…?” This question is followed by any number of words. “What if…it breaks…I…… Read more “What if…”
The task of creating a class website can seem daunting. It takes time, creativity and a willingness to keep up with it…and who has the energy? Will…… Read more “The French Revolution & Your Class Website”
I am obsessed with making school a place where kids want to participate and where they seek out knowledge. This summer was spent building cardboard forts, Lego castles and tree swings…pretty awesome! So, why can’t school be an extension of this? Why can’t we, as educators, make school so much fun that we can’t wait to go back and that kids are so anxious to get back to school that they can’t stand it? Because we don’t know how.