And you just have to brag.
I got to present at Region 11’s TechStock 2015. I really lucked out because I got the room with all of the comfy furniture in it! Super fun group of people and lots of learning going on!
What do you do when the water main on your street breaks? You wear a cute beret over your mess of curly hair. Throw on some big hoop earrings, call it Beatnik, and go to work!
My friend and STEAM teacher, Wayne Thames, had his students enact an actual copyright case in their classroom. Taking advantage of the working courtroom at Centennial HS, the kids divided up, researched, and then tried the case in front of their judge (Mr. Thames – robe and all). Real world […]
Just some photos from campuses I’ve visited this month. I love it when I see technology being used when I’m out and about!
This is a great video, created as a student project, that explains why it’s important to remember to do what we love…and allow our students to do so as well.
This is a saying that I wish I could print out and hang in every teacher’s classroom. Too many teachers are worried that they can’t use technology in their classroom until they become an expert, but that is simply not the case.
Yummymath.org is a great site for math teachers, offering up relevant, real-world math lessons you can use with your kids. Like this Labor Day lesson: