I am truly fortunate to have the opportunity to share some thoughts through blogging with BIE (Buck Institute for Education). Here is the latest one: PBL Isn't Just For Talented and Gifted Students.
Inspiration comes from everywhere. One day while exercising and complaining about the amount of reps I needed to complete, I had this epiphany. #Jericho! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZTkA31hBV8
I got the opportunity to hang out in Norman, Oklahoma for their annual iPadapalooza Conference. Afterwards, there was an Ignite session where speakers get 5 minutes to share a story, and idea or a best strategy to the audience. Here's the story I decided to share. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAmsorGSPPI
I am truly fortunate to have the opportunity to share some thoughts through blogging with BIE (Buck Institute for Education). Here is one on PBL and Brain Breaks.
I get the amazing opportunity to guest blog for BIE (Buck Institute for Education). Here is a blog on 6 Tips for Preventing PBL Burnout.
I get the honor to guest blog for BIE (Buck Institute for Education). Here is a blog on The Subtle Things that Make or Break a PBL Classroom Culture.
We all remember the adage of "In order to remember something, it has to be said or done seven times." There's even a marketing strategy called the Rule of 7, where prospective buyers should hear or see the marketing message at least seven times before they buy it. There are many reasons why sharing (or … Continue reading More Than Once Please
The other day I grabbed the latest book in the collection, sat in my comfy couch and started reading. The lads came home from school and saw me reading. Next thing I knew, the entire family had our faces in our own books as the house silently watched. As I realized this, I paused … Continue reading Why Read At Home?