This week was a real struggle. Coming off of Spring Break is always tough. The end of the year is in sight, but there’s still a long way to go.
With Spring Break coming to a close, we’re so close, but we’re not quite to the finish line.
For anyone out there who cares to know, I’m not doing great. This year has drained me. Going back into the last few weeks of the semester after Thanksgiving Break, I’m usually ready to go. After all, three weeks is nothing leading up to Christmas Break and the end of the semester. It’s usually one of the more chill times of the school year. Except that this year it isn’t.
In this week’s episode, we look at how to implement ISTE standards in the classroom. I have some news from Google. A helpful website in the treasure chest. And, of course, your question of the week.
In this week’s episode, I reflect on my time at the Georgia Ed Tech Convention. I have some news from Flipgrid and Google. A time-saving tip for Google apps in the treasure chest. And, of course, your question of the week.
I basically stopped trying to say anything to my entire class. Here’s why.
This year is going to be hard enough; we don’t need to make it harder than it already is.
In this debut episode, I share some helpful Chrome keyboard shortcuts, I tell the story of my journey in education, and listeners get connected to the 8-Bit Crew.
The book takes some of the deep, complex ideas of brain science and learning, but puts it into very easy to understand explanations. While Horvath does get into a lot of the technical scientific language of brain learning, he focuses a lot of the book into useful explanations. The use of analogies and metaphors notContinue reading “Book Review: Stop Talking, Start Influencing by Jared Cooney Horvath”
Copy and paste curriculums don’t work well because there’s one key element that is missing: you.