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Sharing Ideas with @Learning100

Sharing Ideas with @Learning100

An important part of my role as a student learning coach in a K-5 building (with over 40 teachers) is to encourage each of them to implement new or different ideas whenever, wherever, and however they can in order to enhance student learning outcomes. That effort...Read more ›
Get Googley This Winter with Activities from Eric Curts

Get Googley This Winter with Activities from Eric Curts

With many educators looking forward to the upcoming winter break, some of us may need a little help wrangling in our kiddos in the days leading up to their time off. While Teachers Pay Teachers is inundated with holiday activities you can pay for, look no further than...Read more ›
Want to Grow as an Educator? PRESENT!

Want to Grow as an Educator? PRESENT!

I was recently involved in a #caedchat Twitter chat in which the question was posed – “What is the value of speaking at a conference? How does one go about doing so?” This question got me thinking (as they usually do) and it probed me to do some...Read more ›
Dive into Computer Science with Hour of Code!

Dive into Computer Science with Hour of Code!

The holidays aren’t the only thing we can look forward to celebrating this December! This coming week marks the start of Computer Science Education Week (December 3-9). Computer Science Education Week is held annually in recognition of computing pioneer Grace...Read more ›
Taking a (Mini) Cue from CUE18

Taking a (Mini) Cue from CUE18

“Can we do this again, so we can attend sessions that we couldn’t do this time?” was my favorite question asked by my teaching staff.  Are we talking about CUE18?  No, but we could have been! My teachers at Macy Elementary are completely amped up for doing another...Read more ›
What’s A Connected Educator, Anyway?

What’s A Connected Educator, Anyway?

“Well, we’re all connected educators.  We’re all online, you know.  There’s nothing special about that.  What’s the big deal?” That’s the response I get from teachers who are unclear on this radical new thing called being a connected educator.  Apparently, the...Read more ›