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Kumospace: My Virtual PD Lounge

As a Technology Integration Specialist, I’m always looking for new fun ways to spice up professional development (PD). I’ve been using Kumospace for a few months now, and I am REALLY enjoying it! Even more […]

As a Technology Integration Specialist, I’m always looking for new fun ways to spice up professional development (PD). I’ve been using Kumospace for a few months now, and I am REALLY enjoying it! Even more […]

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My Own Kind of Madness for Flipgrid

I felt the madness a little early this year…and BOY, did I go all out!  For the past few months, I’ve been taking more time for me, and it’s seriously reignited my creative spirit.  I’m so happy when I’m more of a creator than a consumer, and it truly brings me joy to think of […]

#OneWord2021: Reclamation

My #OneWord 2021 is Reclamation.  That’s right – I have every intention of being intentional about reclaiming.  Like every other year, the word takes on multiple meanings as it applies to different aspects of my life….and so I blog to kind of put it all […]

The Great Global Remote Learning #Fliphunt

You’re all invited! 🥳

As the creator of #Fliphunt, when the Coronavirus threw the world into lockdown last spring and schools started scrambling to figure out how to teach students remotely, I knew that it was time to create a unique, never-before-done, one-of-a-kind #Fliphunt that the whole WORLD could use to stay connected and […]

Four Awesome Things I Bought This Week – for Under $20

Like most of you, I’m pinching pennies these days.  But I’m still an educator, and I still get excited about things I find that might help me teach and make my teaching/learning spaces more exciting.  In the past week, I bought four things “on the cheap” that I […]

Create Your Own hiPad

If the Bitmoji Classroom craze has taught us anything, it’s that you can do all sorts of creative things by adding hyperlinks to objects.  I’ve seen teachers create really fun “all about me” assignments with room creations, locker decorating, door decorating, and even hydroflask decorating challenges for their students.  If you’ve tried any of these, […]

A #Fliphunt Is/Is Not…

As most of you know, I’m the creator of something called a #Fliphunt.  The story of how #Fliphunt came to be has been told in this previous blog post.  It originated in spring of 2017 and the first real #Fliphunt debuted appropriately in Minnesota that summer.  Educators from around the country converged on Minneapolis, […]

In the past two weeks, educators all over the world have been notified about their acceptance as Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts (MIEExperts).  In the world of Microsoft Education, this is a high honor.  To even be considered, educators must already have earned status as a Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) by completing courses in the Microsoft […]

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Give Them Wings…But It’s So Hard!

If you’re a parent, you KNOW how hard this is.  Let them fail?  Really?  I should let my babies FAIL?

If you’re a teacher, you’ve given this advice to the parents of students that you teach – because you know that sometimes the best lessons are learned when they are able to find their way out […]