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Bookstore Review

Last Saturday, I had the privilege of being at A Novel Experience located in Zebulon, GA. It was quite a trip, but the sun was shining, the sky was blue and I met three wonderful authors. 121 more words

Where In The World: How One Class Used Google Maps to Explore the Vanishing Cultures Series

Throughout April, we are exploring how Jan Reynolds’ Vanishing Cultures series can be used in the classroom to teach about the environment, geo-literacy, global citizenship, and nonfiction. 1,047 more words


Centering the Bubble: What and Why

Personal Statement

I guess you would call me a research practitioner. I think the better term would be “educational architect”. I’m actively engaged in 21st century research to connect learners in the digital age with timeless objective truth. 980 more words


What Age Is Too Young For Kids To Have A Cellphone?

DENVER (CBS4) – A new type of cellphone is being marketed to children as young as 5 years old and people are wondering if that’s too young. 271 more words


Pinterest As An Educators Resource

(For a more in-depth look at Pinterest with some useful Infrographics follow this link and check it out, I HIGHLY recommend everyone get one, if only to save your sanity for Summer School!) 560 more words

SHAPE America is Here!

The American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD) has officially changed to the Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE America)!

Click the icon to visit the new site! 61 more words