Instead of having separate apps for all of your classroom management needs, the good folks at Classroom Screen have streamlined the process and put it all in one place…for free!Continue reading “Easy Classroom Management with Classroom Screen”
It’s been entirely too long since I’ve posted anything. I took a break over the holidays to enjoy time with my family, and then got a string of illnesses. It’s been three weeks, and I’m on the tail-end of the flu. My whole family got the shot, but we all got Type A anyway. I don’t remember the last time I felt this sick.
I just woke up from a nap, my husband and daughter are napping, and I’m able to sit upright, so I wanted to let you know that I’m still around. Thanks for being patient.
You get extra cool points if you knew that was a Doctor Who reference 😉
You’ve probably noticed there haven’t been many posts over the past couple of weeks. That’s because I was finishing up my master’s degree. I am now officially done!Continue reading “You May Now Refer to Me as “The Master””
Lately, it seems like “what if” has become the dominant force in my internal dialogue. It controls everything, because it’s fear. Worst of all, it’s fear presented through “logic,” which makes me think I need to believe it.Continue reading “The Crippling Power of “What if?””
Brian Aspinall invited me to do a guest post about makerspaces for his blog. It’s live now. You can check it out here.
As an Edtech, it’s my job to work with educators to help them learn to integrate technology into their classrooms and curriculum.
More often than I’d like, one of the first things a teacher or administrator will tell me when they meet me is “I’m bad at technology” or “I’m tech illiterate” or “I don’t do computers.” There’s a genuine fear of using technology, and I suspect also that they’ll be embarrassed by what they don’t know and that I’ll end up judging them.Continue reading ““I’m bad at technology””
It’s finally here! EdTech in Ten started as a simple, 10-minute podcast for teachers, with the goal of making technology accessible to any user at any skill level. Now, I’ve added this companion website so that I can elaborate more fully on some subjects, include videos and visuals, and even cover topics not discussed on the podcast. I’m excited to see where it takes us.
The podcast feed is in the sidebar, so feel free to check it out if this is your first time here. You can also listen on your favorite podcast platforms, including Apple, Anchor, Google, and Spotify.