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Episode 12 – I Graduated With A Degree In Education: Now What?

Follow OklaSaid the #Oklaed Podcast on: Podcast Hosts and where to find us on Twitter: Erin Barnes: twitter.com/ebarnes73 Scott Haselwood: twitter.com/teachfromhere Who hosted the #oklaed chat and where to find them on Twitter: Hosted by Kymberly Blodgett @kimberblodgett. Overview of chat topic Topic: I graduated with a degree in education: …

Training to Get Better

It started with a run I started running again this June.   I decided it was time to work in fitness for my body.  Training to get better for something on my bucket list.  Turns out this is also good fitness for my brain.  It gives me time to think …

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Why #EdTech

A couple of questions answered for my readers:  Why am I working toward a PhD in #EdTech?  What is #EdTech all about??  These were questions that were recently asked by my professor, questions that my readers may (or may not) think interesting… The word cloud at the top of the page …

Your Story!

In the middle of working on some final drafts of papers – I find myself back to a topic that I have blogged about before.  Take 12 minutes to watch this video from Moore Public Schools: As of this writing on December 6, 2015 around noon, it has been viewed …

The Research Says: Bridge This Gap!

This week I attended the AECT conference and it was quite different from any conference that I have attended.  AECT – the Association for Educational Communications and Technology – was a gathering place of graduate students and researchers from all over the world.  These amazing people have been digging into …

Tackk for Educators

Yesterday I shared a Tackk Board about how to create a Tackk Board – today I want to give you some ideas and examples of how Tackk can be used in your classroom!  Several of these ideas can go across age groups, you know what your students should and should …

Lots of Ideas for OTA/Encyclomedia 2015!!

I love sharing with other teachers, its one of the top things that I love about teaching and especially why I love conferences – good ones, like OTA/Encyclomdia.  Teachers have the opportunity to grow in their craft, to learn new things, get new ideas, have a-ha moments, and share extraordinary …

The Grandaddy of Trig Identities!

The challenged was issued by the most brilliant of educators: BlueCereal – a genius among us smart folks!  He suggested a post about our favorite content – challenge accepted Mr. Cereal! I taught high school math for over 18 years before embarking on my current journey as a full time Ph.D …

I Need Your Help!

I have posted on Twitter a couple of times – but wanted to create a little bit more permanent way to share what I have been working on this summer. So here are the links to my school #edtech PD website and my #gamefication of Calculus.  Both of these are skeleton …

I WILL NOT BE DAMNED!! I TEACH!!

I teach and am proud to do so.  At the risk of being just a little self-serving – I think I am pretty damn good at it!  I try super hard to form relationships with my students.  To really get to know them.  To understand them and what is going …

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