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That Time I Dressed Up Like Albus Dumbledore to Launch a Harry Potter Novel Study

Anyone who knows me knows about my obsession with Harry Potter. It started early with a first edition copy of Philosopher’s Stone (which lives happily next to all of my other original hardcovers) and I tend to have a hard time reading any books other than these come summer vacation. 293 more words


That Time We Made Waffles in Math Class

Do you guys like waffles? I do. Like…. too much.

For Christmas this year, the top thing on my list was a Belgian waffle maker. Ever since that fateful morning, I’ve been forcing waffles onto literally everyone that walks into my house. 433 more words


10 Ways to Use Spinners in the Classroom

Ah, spinners. The newest toy designed to drive teachers mad.  Pokemon, hackey sacks, digipets, it’s an age-old problem for teachers.  The hot toy of the day makes it into the classroom.   649 more words

Technology Integration

Wendy’s “Biggest Fan” could break the record for most Retweets

By Elizabeth Fisher

Some of the most famous tweets were shared by celebrities including Ellen DeGeneres and President Barack Obama, however, a teenager from Reno, Nev., may surpass all previous retweet records. 344 more words

Social Media

Five Ways to Use Snapchat for Public Relations

By: Jayla Kearney

According to Snapchat’s IPO paperwork, 158 million people use Snapchat daily. This number is now larger than Twitter’s daily users and still increasing. 580 more words

Engaged Learning

The future of public relations

By: Hali Mieser

Public relations has always been and will always be about content development and management, but with the fast evolving social media trend, PR must “ 484 more words

Public Relations

Fabulous, Free Institute -- Weaving a Tapestry of Learning

Here’s a shout out to all middle grades educators who advocate for integrated learning that engages students in solving real-life problems! The Thomas College Center For Innovation in Education’s Summer Institute: … 131 more words