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Creating Community with a Shared Vision: Totally Peacocks


Empower As teachers prepare to start a new year, many create a theme  that will connect the students and develop a community for the students. I always had a theme for the advisory, the choirs, and later the reflective. However it was never presented to the students or decided upon before they came into the

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Personal Spectacular Project = unclassroom


In the past eighteen months I have attended three unconferences or Edcamps. They have been my favorite professional development for learning and networking. The model is for the attendees to come with an open mind and plan their time according to the interests and concerns they want to LEARN or PRESENT to the group. Steve

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Managing Tech Toys in the Classroom


Thirty years ago, if teachers had COLORED chalk for their chalkboard, it was considered “high tech.” Today teachers have still cameras, voice recorders, flip cameras, iPod Touch devices, card readers, tripods, iPads, and other tech equipment to manage and teach – all at the same time.This can be an “eighteen-ring” circus managing and teaching with

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