Social media doesn’t have a great reputation. There are people pushing all kinds of agendas and perspectives, as well as… Read more From the Woke to the Wonks, I LOVE my Twitter PLN!
I’ve been struggling with one of my online middle school classes lately. One of my classes is fine – we… Read more Engagement Things
A colleague and I were talking about next school year. This year our overseas international school was struck by the… Read more Reimagining School Post-Crisis
I was talking to a colleague recently – I teach his son and we were discussing an activity I had… Read more Talk & Type: Restate Ideas in Your Zoom Chat to Provide More Pathways to Learning
A new colleague joined my middle school team at the beginning of this year. As soon as we met, I… Read more Building Effective Collaborative Teams: It’s Really More of a Heart Than a Science
Recently, we had a full-faculty Zoom meeting at my school to discuss best practices for student inclusion. The meeting was… Read more Cameras Off? Compassion On!
2021 was supposed to be a great year. COVID-19 vaccines were being distributed worldwide, and – back home – the… Read more A Pandemic? That’s Nothing. Watch This!
During the winter break, I spent some time reflecting on the craziness of these times. Although there was much to… Read more We Need to Do More Work on Critical Thinking Skills
Last month I read an article in The Guardian about young people and their anxiety concerning the environment. The article… Read more Are We Making Students Anxious When We Challenge Them to Solve Real-Life Catastrophes?
In the world of design, it is widely believed that form follows function – meaning that you design with the… Read more What Educators Can Learn From the McLaren MP4-12C