Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Pencil and Paper of Our Time

The evolution of teaching and learning has been celebrated by many different revolutions, and two major and basic concepts in education, reading and writing have seen their share of change.  The earliest known writings stemmed from farmers needing to keep … Continue reading

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Grad Class Transition

This week started a new phase in my life.  Graduate class.  I’m taking two classes each semester at Boise State University online.  Their Ed Tech department seems like it will be a good fit for me. I’m taking “Introduction to … Continue reading

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Genius Hour

Did you ever have that issue where you have a ton of ideas in your head but can’t seem to get the right information down on paper for things to start happening?  I’m there right now.  I really want to start … Continue reading

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The PLN Challenge

It occurs to me, that I really haven’t blogged much this year.  A mix of stress, exhaustion, frustration, and I feel lack of creativity, has, I think, swept over me.  Either way, it’s a new year, which means new opportunities, … Continue reading

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