Monthly Archives: October 2016

So it won’t work… Or, wait, it could. It should. It will. But how?

This past week, Kristen Hansen, Adam Krammer, Stephanie Grand, Lorraine Wagner, Venessa Vogel, and Sharon Flaman shared their knowledge on tools for distance and online education. After a wonderful presentation (well done team!) where they brought in the amazing Jade Ballek … Continue reading

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11 tabs too many?

This week, Andrew, Nancy, Jayme, Roxanne, and Ashley shared an excellent presentation about productivity and presentation tools. They shared a wide variety of tools throughout their presentation – including the typewriter, the personal computer, the evolution of counting from the abacus … Continue reading

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Plick Your Way to Success

Online presentation = check! I have to thank my wonderful teammates – Rochelle Rugg, Luke Braun, Krista Gates, and Amy Singh – for collaborating so well on this project. Although we may have met a few times throughout the planning … Continue reading

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Yours in Education

A teacher I admire very much would always sign the letters she would send home to parents preceded by Yours in Education. I absolutely loved this and – just like any other teacher would – I borrowed it (with permission!) to precede my own … Continue reading

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I think, therefore I am… Or, maybe not.

I am a teacher. I am a proud to be a teacher. You can see this in all of my online profiles, and when you meet me, this will be one of the first things I will use to describe myself. … Continue reading

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