Tech Review: Seesaw

I haven't done a tech review in a minute! The "try something new each semester" rule is kicking though, so here we go! So, in my summer PD adventure, I DIDN'T attend a session on a very interesting app called Seesaw. It wasn't intentional; I was busy facilitating my session: Creating Formative Assessments Using Google …

History of Personalized Learning

This speech was so good, I'm just gonna share it.  Thank you @audreywatters. http://hackeducation.com/2017/06/09/personalization       

#Intentional: Learnin’ is Earnin’

When I started my Master program in Educational Technology at the American College of Education back in 2012, my plan was to just learn what I could about the concepts and processes involved in EdTech so I could apply them in the classroom and with my colleagues in Education.  After completing the program and applying …

#Intentional: The Summer of Learning Dangerously

I'm addicted to learning.  If I'm not in the midst of researching something new or learning a new skill, I feel as if my life has no meaning.  I've been told there's a cure for this.  I don't want it.  (damn, that sounded like lyrics to a R&B oldie, huh?)  I love learning dangerously.  I'll …

#Intentional: Making PD Personal

https://www.edsurge.com/research/guides/how-teachers-are-learning-professional-development-remix

I read the book, Hidden Figures this winter.  Amazing story about amazing women doing amazing things.  So amazing! (ok, I"ll stop now)  One thread that kept showing up in this story has inspired me.  Each of the women profiled (there were several more than highlighted in the movie version of the story), worked hard to …