Often I'll get an email/DM asking about educational topics. When multiple questions arise on the same topic, I'll share a few insights to it. This topic was College vs. No College. https://youtu.be/HxymcZxSzZ0
There are times as educators we don't realize we experience awesome things throughout the day. I'd like to propose a few things that I consider awesomeness that brighten people's day. Here are ten moments I consider awesomeness from the lens of education. Going to the vending machine and paying for some chips but the machine … Continue reading Awesomeness Pt. 1
Here are a few thoughts from my Summer of Dreams tour. I believe in dreams. This started with a dream. I watched an educator speak at a conference and in that moment, 5 years ago, I knew this was something I could do. It's all about timing. Yes, that was my dream to teacher and … Continue reading Summer of Dreams
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.