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Video - Teacher Feature: Managing and Leveraging Video Chats

In this video, Eric highlights tips and examples for utilizing and managing video chats, both student-to-student and student(s)-to-teacher. Examples in this video come from from Glenda Baker ( 80 more words

Online Learning

Celebrating Earth Day - April 22

“In the end we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand; and we will understand only what we have been taught.” ― Baba Dioum…

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I DON'T HAVE TIME!: Questioning Why Teachers Must Call Home

Below is a link to paper I wrote for Action Research in the School Setting. Enjoy!

Action Term Paper


There's One Born Every Minute

I changed careers almost 4 ½ years ago, but I didn’t change vocations.  When I left behind a 17 year Fortune 100 sales career, I answered what I considered a calling into education.  1,101 more words

Personal Development

Ready-to-Use Tools: Strategies for Working with Challenging Students

Nothing is more valuable than a teacher’s time and energy! Often times those precious resources get monopolized by a few challenging students while the other students in a class are left to fend for themselves. 1,212 more words

Bret's $.02

BYOD For Dummies

I hope you weren’t offended by the “dummy” thing. I know you’re really not a dummy. However, there is something “dumb” going on… All this BYOD hate is dumb, especially if you’ve never tried it. 491 more words


Change Agent of the Day: Gary Stager on Seymour Papert

Happy hump day, change agents!

Wednesday is the hump in the work week, the day when we start looking toward the weekend ahead and to consider what we can reasonably accomplish with the rest of our work week given where we stand at midweek and what we expect of ourselves – and others expect of us – on both the work and family fronts. 270 more words