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This Year be an EduHero!

A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself. - Joseph Campbell, The Hero with a Thousand Faces Our world is full of hero potential waiting to be motivated, supported, and skilled. Teachers hold the key to unleashing that potential, yet many are wounded heroes themselves. According to Teachers Count, the average teacher impacts Read full article »

My Edublog Award Nominations #Eddies12

I’m a girl who has difficulty picking my favorite song or gelato flavor. I enjoy so many and get so excited by many. Awards are difficult for me because there are so many educators who produce such great blogs, wikis, webinars and/or share through Twitter and Facebook. This, however, is why I continue to participate in the Edublog Awards because Read full article »

14 Edtech Integration Tips & 20+ Resources for the School Year

4th post in a new series: PLN Tips 4 Teachers and Goal 17: Integrate Technology Effectively of The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators "Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important." ~ Bill Gates I have been integrating technology with students since 1997. I remember some of the first Read full article »

Social in Media in Education! It’s Time Has Come

3rd post in a new series: PLN Tips 4 Teachers I read this heartbreaking post from kindergarten teacher, Matt Gomez, today, The End of Facebook in My Class, and I was saddened that yet another battle has been lost between a teacher trying to help support students in the kind of learning that will help them in life because school policy got in Read full article »

Partnering with Parents: 12+ Resources for the School Year

2nd post in a new series: PLN Tips 4 Teachers and Goal 15: Partner with Parents of The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators “People have been known to achieve more as a result of working with others than against them.” ~Dr. Allan Fromme One of the best survival lessons I learned as a teacher was to engage parents. Trust me. If a parent is talking negatively Read full article »

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