Informal learning, Passions, Reading, Uncategorized

My Reading Identity

I believe I might drive people around me crazy with my talk of books.  I am always collecting books, reading books, talking about books and sharing books.  Reading is such an important aspect of my life, I just can't help myself. I am inspired to write this post by my latest book, "Passionate Readers," written… Continue reading My Reading Identity

Digital learnng, Informal learning, Personal Learning Networks, social media, Twitter

January 2015 #pdale Teacher Twitter Challenge

  As many of you know when I was taking my master's degree I learned so many things that changed my entire philosophy of education.  Learning from people like Alec Couros and Dean Shareski opened my ideas to many ideas that I had never even thought of before.  My first experience in an open education course… Continue reading January 2015 #pdale Teacher Twitter Challenge

21 century learning, Administration, Informal learning, Personal Learning Networks

Meeting the Needs of Teachers

I spent my Friday meeting with most of my teachers for the mid year check in of their professional growth plans.  It was a great way to spend the day and I love spending time getting to know my staff.  We rarely have opportunities that are not rushed or focused on too many things.  We talked… Continue reading Meeting the Needs of Teachers

21 century learning, Administration, Informal learning, Personal Learning Networks, Teaching

Why I use Twitter…

At some point this year I set the goal of writing on my blog at least once a week.  That is a difficult goal when balancing work and family, but writing is something I enjoy that allows me a creative outlet for my thoughts.  Lately though, I have been to my blog, but feel like I… Continue reading Why I use Twitter…

educational gaming, Informal learning, Uncategorized

Educational gaming…a hot educational topic?

If I thought my brain was exploding before, it certainly is now.  I was unable to make a connection on Tuesday night to Elluminate and so I had to listen to the recorded version this morning.  Sylvia Martinez certainly gave me some food for thought.  I am not a gamer!  I really have a strong… Continue reading Educational gaming…a hot educational topic?