While in conversation today with a fellow blogger, I realized that since I moved my blog here to Remix Teaching, I haven’t posted a disclosure policy. In the interests of complete transparency, I believe that it’s very important that all bloggers disclose when their opinions might in some way be compromised. Since the last time […]
I got to talk today with Nick Provenzano about my Teach like Batman post. It was fun.
Administrators, do you want to unlock the true potential of your staff? Do you want them to blow you away with the amazing quality of their work? Then I have a simple solution for you: Give them permission to fail. Three years ago, when I was interviewing for my current job, the one thing […]
In doing my part to make things a little bit easier for Edcamp organizers, here’s my slide deck that I use to kickoff an event. Please feel free to copy and remix to suit your own Edcamp.
Laura Thomas at Edcamp Keene asked one of my absolutely favorite questions of the whole thing during her Becoming Badass session (coming soon to a bookshelf near you!): Who are your fictional role models? What are the things they do that help you become a better teacher? The very first name that came to my […]
Below I’ve embedded my slide deck for my six-hour workshop I’m presenting tomorrow at the MTA Summer Conference on Building Digital Texts on the iPad. Six hours. Solo. Yikes.
I’m on the plane winging my way toward ISTE as I type this, rocking out to a variety of mashups (dj BC’s Beastles, where have you been all my life?), mentally prepping myself for what I’m sure will be an great week of talking with fabulous educators. I’m pumped about my workshop withShelly Terrell and […]