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Using curriculum materials “with fidelity” on a day by day basis is rarely successful. No class is the same as another class. No student matches another in terms of abilities, interests, and habits of learning. Use resources wisely, not exclusively. #TeachBetter #Ditchbook
As the kids pointed out this morning, “He’s got a bigger than usual smile on his face today!”
So much for my growler of @moodyales! The little rascal finished it off last night.
#elfontheshelf #craftbeer #beer #dadlife #christmas https://t.co/hsPPIQf0vO
There’s nothing to lose by giving a #student a second chance.
Nothing. Nada. Zilch.
There’s only the possibility of strengthening a #relationship, demonstrating the power of #empathy, and instilling a glimmer of hopeful recovery.
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“Post something steamy” she said. Is there anything steamier than a cup of @bluemoosehope coffee first thing in the morning as I head up the canyon?
I don’t think so either.
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Category Archives: Technology
As a user of the Google apps for education (G-Suite tools) I am a pretty heavy user of Google Classroom and Google Drive in my school classroom. They are tools that work well for what I want to get done … Continue reading
I recorded this little video in which I explain a little technology stuff, primarily around the evils of the reply all. Although I didn’t mention this in my video, just like if you subscribe to my blog, it also helps … Continue reading
**I am reposting this blog because there is another pretty effective phishing scam going around. The bottom line is…if you are already logged into your account, Google, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace (just kidding)…DO NOT log in again if you click on … Continue reading
I continue to learn new things about my blog now that I have made the big blog move. Initially I set up MailChimp so that people interested in subscribing to my blog would get a weekly update of the items … Continue reading
I often hear my teaching colleagues say things like, “I don’t use technology in the classroom because there was that time I did try it and it didn’t work.” Or, “I pressed a button and ALL my work disappeared and … Continue reading
Have you heard of the Raspberry Pi mini computer? 10 million of them have been sold! Please follow and like us:
Now that I have made the switch to using Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides for most of my teacher-stuff and lesson plans, I no longer struggle with the “all the beautiful formatting I did in the Word doc got messed … Continue reading
I did a follow up video (with better camera focus) on the new Pi-topCEED computer I recently received. Please follow and like us:
I did a little research into the tech-specs of my new pi-top CEED and here they are: Raspberry pi 3 A 1.2GHz Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A53p 1GB LPDDR2 RAM 4 USB ports 40 GPIO pins Full HDMI port Ethernet port 802.11 … Continue reading