Monthly Archives: April 2015

Transformation is Not About Technology but About Being Able to Tell A Story

This post started out as a Facebook post and morphed into something a little bigger as I was pecking away in my car before heading to a workshop this morning. I got home last night from our Ignite Dinner Series … Continue reading

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Learning to Code Using Hopscotch – Engaging, Purposeful, & Challenging Learning

What is coding? I didn’t know much about it either prior to December of 2014. ¬†I learned that it is another language and knowing how it works will open up a lot of possibilities for my students and our classroom. … Continue reading

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Save Our Rhino’s Global Classroom Project: Using Our Voices to Raise Awareness

On Wednesday, December 10th our class skyped with Karen Stadler who lives in South Africa. Karen started a project called the Traveling Rhinos Project. The Traveling Rhinos Project is a project that is helping raise awareness around the world to … Continue reading

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