140 Characters at a Time

As I sat in many a classroom desk and listened to lecture after lecture and took many notes (and drew lots of doodles) over the years, I never imagined that, one day, I would learn more in 140 characters than I did in many of those classroom lectures. Please don’t take offense Sid Homan, Dr. [...]

A Time for Teaching, A Time For Learning

Through out the course of our day, there are six 55 minute blocks for teaching, five 6 minute passing periods and a 29 minute lunch period. On most days, one of those 55 minute blocks is a planning period. Unless of course, your planning period is non-existent that day due to the rotating schedule. Then [...]

Building Your PLN

“A rolling stone gathers no moss.” It’s just an old proverb. But, what does it mean? Apparently, this proverb is so meaningful that even the Mythbusters felt the need to determine if it were true. As an educator in an increasingly technological world, this proverb means that if I’m still teaching like I did just [...]