Fun, Happiness, Joy – where do you find these in school?
How do habits form? How do we replace habits? Habits are important but so is being able to change them.
Summer blogging exposé. Join for a weekly blogging theme and share with other educators.
Media Literacy is important for meeting the challenges of today’s ever changing world. How can schools support teachers and students to develop greater media literacy?
Change is constant. Change is inevitable. Change can be positive or it can be negative. Change what does it mean to YOU?
Most people like a good challenge, something that pushes them to reach beyond where they are at the moment, to reach a new level or develop a new skill.
This summer a number of people from #saskedchat have indicated that they are interested in taking on a blogging challenge in order to kickstart their blogging and get back into the habit of writing. To help with this, the #saskedchat Blogging Challenge will offer weekly topics for blogging and, hopefully, provide an opportunity for people to encourage and support others who are taking the challenge.
It’s tempting to sit in the corner and then, voila, to amaze us all with your perfect answer. But of course, that’s not what ever works. Seth Godin The other day I gave a presentation in an undergraduate class about using social media in teaching. During the discussion, I was asked if students should continue to…
Trying Things On I have a confession. I like to go shopping. Yeah, it’s a bit weird but I like to wander around stores and look at what’s new. I use to enjoy going shopping with my girls when they were younger (and would let me go along!) Now, my boys and I sometimes just…
Student Engagement – As we live in the midst, it is struggling with such questions that help us to make sense of the noise.
We do get bogged down by obstacles. They grab our attention. We spend time pondering how they got there. We even spend energy being angry about them. None of this is helpful. We have to look for the openings, choose well, and find our way around them. Rob Hatch How often do you hear someone wishing they…