Encouraging Educators to Use Social Media Phase 2.
A Snapshot of Personal Professional Development (PD) Saturday October 13, 2012 I sat drinking coffee in CT while listening to @coolcatteacher (Vicki Davis) present the keynote at Edscape in NJ organized by @NMHS_Principal (Eric Sheninger) Many a Saturday morning 7:30-8:30 am I am on Twitter participating in #satchat moderated by @bcurrie5 (Brad Currie) and @ScottRRocco (Scott… Continue reading A Snapshot of Personal Professional Development
Intro to Eagle Hill Southport In the skill-based transitional program at Eagle Hill Southport, we have a great impact on our unique student population. We strive to impact students’, with language-based learning disabilities, achievement in all academic areas. Given that we only have a limited time with them, our mission is to guide the acquisition… Continue reading “Eagle Hilling” Tech
“It’s easy to come up with new ideas; the hard part is letting go of what worked for you two years ago, but will soon be out of date.” — Roger von Oech The First Try A couple weeks ago, my Director of Ed and I did a mini flip (previously posted about the mini… Continue reading Flipping or Flattening the Staff Meeting
The education world is buzzing with the idea of a flipped classroom. I saw a wonderful presentation last spring at the CAIS Academic Technology Retreat that really got me thinking about what and intriguing concept designed to incorporate learning and technology in and out of the classroom. As exciting as this concept is, for me,… Continue reading WebQuests: The Mini Flip