I’ve been reading The Practice, Seth Godin’s new book. As I work through different ideas and how much really connects to education and what we do in school, I look at what I am doing in my own online classroom and how our practices might change in different ways to allow students a greater opportunity…
My online class has been using Teams and OneNote for all the work we have been doing for most of this year. Now, I wasn’t a big fan of either of these when I first used them a while ago so I wasn’t looking forward to using them with my grade 7/8 class online. However,…
Being back teaching middle years on a full-time basis has been a shift for me this year. As many of you know, I’ve was working on my PhD for the previous 6 years as a full-time student. Before that, I was an administrator so the jump back into full-time teaching has meant a few changes.…
When we share our Voice, we take a chance sending out a piece of ourselves without knowing how it will affect others. And that’s the beauty of it! Every day is a PD day. #myPDtoday
This is a time to pause as the decisions that are made at this time will have a ripple effect on education, children & families for years to come.
“A1. Watching students make progress is success to me, moving from achieving at one point to another” @andreachalifour
In order for change to happen, you have to do.
Routines are important and help us through the day. What if we want to be a bit more creative?
Fun Joy Happiness – these are important for our students and schools – and ourselves.
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?