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From Weeds to Spaceship


Many in my choir of connected educators continue to “push the envelope” with innovative and creative ways of producing, creating, and learning with their students and others. A lot of us have chucked the “life-long learners” speak to be a  “life-long contributor” of their PLN. We are constantly on a spaceship of exploring. Then there

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Teach Like Boot Camp


The “boot” camp started yesterday at the local gym. I have always worked out, so I thought ramping up a notch would be an excellent start to a new style of exercise. Little did I know I would be the oldest in the class, by twenty years,  and with lots of  “workout” queens. I arrived

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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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