Tweet Will Richardson’s words, whether presented via a live session or found on his blog, Weblogg-ed, always inspire me to rethink. Richardson stressed that we have to start rethinking our linear way of doing things. Education is in a moment of severe transition. My absolute favorite words of the day? “Buckle up: you’re going to… Read More


Tweet Last week I attended a conference at IU13 – “Leading the Net Generation” – featuring Will Richardson and Jason Ohler. The conference was designed to be a two-day experience with several different presenters, but due to snow days and the school year extending into the original conference dates for most of the schools in… Read More


Tweet “Student engagement is the product of motivation and active learning. It is a product rather than a sum because it will not occur if either element is missing.” — Elizabeth F. Barkley (Student Engagement Techniques: A Handbook for College Faculty What are the best tools you’ve found to improve student engagement with the content/lesson… Read More


Tweet I feel like in the past year I’ve been surveyed to death, but each time I sit down to complete one, I trust that whomever is compiling the results of said survey will use the data for good. Not evil. In an attempt to “make sense” of the plethora of online resources/networks/communities/tools that are… Read More


Tweet Inspired by #edchat’s Tuesday night discussion about the meaningful use of interactive whiteboards in classrooms, I began to ponder: Should I purchase more of these tools for use in my building next year, when I have 5-6 mobile SMARTboards already that aren’t being used consistently (and frankly, may not be used meaningfully when they… Read More