As I was making my rounds last week, during our first week of school, I stopped in the room of one of my 8th grade math teachers, Ms Sams. She … Continue reading BYOD – More Than A Guest Network
Saturday 4.19 was the first day of my spring break. While that normally means testing the limit on the snooze button on cell, this day turned out to be phenomenal day … Continue reading My First Edcamp – #edcampelon
This week, I had the pleasure and privilege of participating in an online panel discussion about present/future critical needs of schools and educators. ISTE originated and hosted this open reflection on our need to understand … Continue reading Panel Discussion with ISTE and US Dept of Ed – ConnectEDucators
The two social studies teachers from our two 6th grade teams collaborated to create this unique learning opportunity. To help make a great connection for their unit on recent history … Continue reading It Became a Little Clearer Today..,
Several weeks ago, we began some strategic planning to address a large class-number problem we knew we would be having in our upcoming second semester. The short description of our … Continue reading Prepping our Middle Schoolers for a Blended Experience
In preparing for next year, I’ve been gathering resources to help spread a good message about promoting a respectful culture in our school. ‘How do you show your BroncoPride’ will … Continue reading Protecting Our Kids
Recently, a new friend [John McMillan pictured below] and I had the great experience to deliver a presentation entitled ‘Collaboration for Continuous Improvement’ to principals in our district.