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June 28, 2015

Use the Summertime to Rethink Teaching and Learning

This summer can be a time not only of renewal for leaders but a time to learn more and allow a new vision for the future to emerge.

June 28, 2015

Being Recognized By Those Who Matter

This year's graduation wasn't as tear-filled as years past, but seeing students I've taught for three years find their way across our stage felt momentous. All dressed up, grown up and off to college, the students threw their confetti and eagerly said their goodbyes. I always get a preview to gradua...

June 23, 2015

Imagining an Educational Tomorrowland

Caution! Read this post only if you care to dream about possibilities... Dare not think about all that can't be done, but rather how we can move toward what can. If we can think it, we can do it. Enter at your own risk.

June 16, 2015

Reflections on the Last Day of Classes

Here are some takeaways before the doors close and the lights go out on the 2014-15 school year

June 14, 2015

If School Is Not 'The Real World,' What Is It?

The real world is a place we exist in all the time unless we are down the rabbit hole with Alice. So treat the learning experience in school like it matters.

June 07, 2015

'You Don't Need to Reinvent the Wheel'

Guest blogger Ernie Rambo shares her joy of reinventing the wheel for the benefit of each year's kids. Do you think we need to reinvent the wheel? Consider this.

May 23, 2015

End of the Road, Continuing the Journey

After visiting 63 schools spanning almost 900 miles of California, I'm done with the road trips - but the learning continues.

May 12, 2015

Can You Be Convinced to Change Your Grading Policy?

Grading policies need to reflect the times, not the experiences of our childhood. What should determine a grading policy? Or shouldn't there be one at all.

April 28, 2015

Connect Learning to Life, NOT Tests

It's time to fight the testing culture and consider the bigger picture. How can educators better align learning for life and not for testing? As we make pedagogical decisions daily, teachers need to weigh the importance of learning vs cramming for a test that isn't going to impact a child's overall level of mastery.

April 26, 2015

Using Google Sheets to Organize Student Media

We tried a lot of things before we had Google Sheets in our student media class, but since we started using it, things have run a lot more smoothly.

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