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Challenge Yourself

Coming up on tonight – 5 March – the #oklaed chat will focus on challenging yourself.  The idea here is to identify something in your practice that would be a bold new step for you to take.  Be intentional here.  Think outside the box.  Don’t do something crazy just to …

Episode 32 – Digital Immigrants and Digital Natives

Digital Natives/Digital Immigrants There is a difference between these two groups of people.  There are also assumptions that are made that should be reconsidered as well.  This podcast came from these two tweets: @MrsBeck25 @TeachFromHere Sooo what is your role in the NASCAR simile? — Vanessa Perez (@vperezy) February …

Maslows Pyramid

Digital Immigrants vs. Digital Natives

My #oklaed partner in crime @vperezy got my dander up the other night with the following tweet: @MrsBeck25 @TeachFromHere Sooo what is your role in the NASCAR simile? — Vanessa Perez (@vperezy) February 19, 2017 "Young teachers need no #EdTech support-they're #DigitalNatives" is same as "I can drive NASCAR cuz …

31 – Setting Goals

 Setting Goals for 2017 It’s a new year!  Forget the resolutions, set some practical goals to reach for this year.  Resolutions are often broken: “I’m going to the gym every day in 2017!” Which is broken the first time you don’t make it.  Be practical, take small steps, and move …


Dear Mr. Calvey

I recently received a survey from my state representative seeking input on how to address issues that face the Oklahoma Legislature.  Here is his survey exactly as it reads from the mailer: The 2017 Oklahoma Legislative Session Begins February 6. The main issues expected are: I.  Oklahoma budget.  We face …

Teaching to Our Past

Teaching To Our Students Future

My Past The classroom has changed since my first year of teaching way, way back in 1997.  I had a chalkboard, some colored chalk, and an overhead projector.  There was also a TV hanging from the ceiling for Channel One news.  Year two added an internet connected computer in the …

Comfort Zone

The Anti-Education Era

The Anti-Education Era: Creating Smarter Students through Digital Learning by James Paul Gee was a book that I read this semester.  This infographic will share what this book was about.  If this interests you, get it on Amazon.

Keep Your Coins I Want Change

Teach for America Counter Narratives

One of the books that I read this semester was Teach for America Counter Narratives: Alumni Speak up and Speak Out edited by T. Jameson Brewer and Kathleen deMarrais.  If you read through the infographic and are interested in the book, here is the Amazon link.


Reign of Error

One of the books that I read this semester was Diane Ravitch’s Reign of Error: The Hoax of the Privatization Movement and the Danger to America’s Public Schools. Below is an infographic.  Enjoy.

Now What

Now What?

That thud you heard… With a resounding defeat of the penny sales tax now what?  It was a tough thing to ask – a penny sales tax for education.  I was on the fence about this question from day one – I felt that if it passed, then our legislature …

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