10 Things I Learned at #HPGAFE

Today was a real “spark keeper”! Not only did I walk away with some fresh new ideas on how to enhance my learning environment, but I got to meet the one and only Alice Keeler @alicekeeler.  If you don’t know who that is, Google her or stalk her on Twitter!  You won’t be disappointed. Alice […]

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Teaching vs. Sharing

I recently viewed a Youtube video by Dean Shareski called the “Moral Imperative“.  The premise of his thoughts were that teachers need to do a better job at sharing.  In fact, it is a moral obligation that teachers should meet.  He even goes as far as to say, “that if teaching is sharing, then if […]

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Get Flipped!

  Flip over the flipped classroom! What a great way to make your student assessment more accurate and valid.  In some cases it can “kill two birds with one stone”.  Not only will it help with students who struggle to complete homework, but it also allows for more student engagement.  Not to mention, it is […]

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Hello!

Welcome to my new edublog. I created this space so that I would have a place to house all the resources that I have collected along my teaching journey.  My hopes are to be able to use it to share and collaborate with other professionals so that we can be part of the growing community […]

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