End of Year Reflection Time

Last Friday, it became official: the end of the school year became real for me because I actually left the building at 2:46 pm instead of the usual 4:00.  I had no notebooks grades to input (did that during prep time), no lessons to plan (the very last lesson is done), and only have an …

The Real, or Imagined Problem with STEM Education in America

I found this Washington Post article in my LinkedIn news feed today and giggled at it a bit.  If I didn't know any better, I'd think the author was a creationist (slaps hand hard..ok, stop that...) Those who follow this blog know how I feel about science education.  I feel its as important as having …

From Te@chThought: 50 of the Best Google Chrome Extensions

share, share alike!   50 of the Best Google Chrome Extensions by TeachThought StaffGoogle Chrome is, increasingly, where it’s at.As of April 2014, Google Chrome become the de facto internet browser, passing Internet Explorer for the first time after a five-year free-fall from Microsoft’s out-of-favor software. Fast forward to today, and StatCounter paints an even …

Twitter Moment…

Just sayin'... A4: Choose your chats carefully, can be very addictive #satchat pic.twitter.com/8uI9ZU2R2Z — Graham Andre' (@grahamandre) May 2, 2015

What Would YOU Do to Move Forward?

When I started this blog, I promised myself I'd try not to become too embroiled in the politics of education or anything else as I shared my reflections with the world.  I've had moments of falling off the cart, but I pick myself up, dust myself off and get back on track. Sometimes though, I …