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#oklaed #wyoedchat Chat Sunday!! Read Me!!

A big thank you to Dr. Tutaleni Asino and doctoral student Alesha Baker at Oklahoma State University and Dr. Tonia Dousay at the University of Wyoming and James Kapptie in Wyoming for making this upcoming Sunday chat a reality.  Also the #oklaed folks for letting me host – much love! …

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TweetDeck

This is a quick post about the benefits of TweetDeck.  If you are a teacher and not on Twitter – you need to get started.  It is a powerful tool! Read why you should tweet right here! For those teachers who are on Twitter and nervous about participating in a …

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Twitter PD = #Amazeballs

This will be short and sweet – what are your favorite Twitter PD hashtags? I follow several myself and have been so blessed by the amazing things that teachers are sharing with each other.  Listed below are a few of the hashtags that I follow on a regular basis.  Go ahead and …

The #OKEDrally View From My Tweets!

Monday March 31st was amazing, the strength of the voices from all different aspects of education, from students, to parents, to teachers, to legislators was amazing.  I cannot adequately put into words how great it was to hear from all who had the opportunity to share.  So here is the rally …

Digital Learning Day!

Ok…so life happened and I haven’t been able to sit down and pour thoughts out into my blog nearly as regularly as I would like.  However its time to try and get back into some kind of writing routine (this is tough for us math teachers!)  Coming up really soon, …

#EdTech Lunch!

I have a passion for educational technology (from here on #edtech) and I know that there is tons of stuff out there that I have no idea about…So I have started up an #EdTech lunch at school!  Why not tap into the greatness that is already in my building: fellow …

First Couple Weeks: Flip Math, Twitter, Google Docs, Knowmia and Football Matches

So we are into the first two weeks of the school year and things have gone fairly smooth.  Classes are going really well.  Most of the students are adjusting to the flip model and there have been lots of great interaction with other students and myself.  It continually amazes me …

2nd Year Flipping…

So the great experiment that was flipped math last year is now “new and improved” and upgraded to version 2.0!  I started using the flip model last year and went all in, flipping three different courses in a single year.  Wow!  What was I thinking when I decided to do …

HOME!!

Finally back home!  Model schools was a really great conference to attend!  I hope that one day we have to opportunity to go back and see what is new in the world of next practices.  Today’s sessions were pretty good – looked at what technology needs were going to be …

Models Schools Day 2

The White House was a really cool thing to see!!  Model Schools day two started off pretty well considering we did not get as much sleep as we planned….However we rolled into the convention center on time!! We started off with college and career ready with Bill Daggett.  I was …

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