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The Genius Hour that inspired me the most is Listen to Music Through Vibration. Being able to listen to music is a if that not everyone has. 113 more words

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Creativity for Personalized Learning

This post is part of a series about the Building Blocks for Personalized Learning. When teachers nurture the building block of Creativity for every student, they provide greater opportunities for personalized learning. 968 more words


Cross-Curricular Connections

Whenever I’m asked to share about our redesigned BC curriculum with other teachers, the first question I’m often asked is: “Can you show us examples of planning?” I struggle to answer this question for a few different reasons. 460 more words


Let Genius Hour Begin!

Those who follow me already know I have a passion for global education and global citizenship. So when the opportunity presented itself to participate in my own genius hour, can you take a guess at what I have chosen to learn more about? 223 more words

Reflecting on The Science Fair

This year I’ve been lucky enough to work at a school that had a well established science fair. It was the first time I’ve been at a school that provided that opportunity for the students and it can be a great experience to experiment and investigate something that interests you. 873 more words


What Would You Do If You Could Break the Rules?

I’ve been blessed with an incredible PLN (Professional Learning Network). Through applications such as Voxer, Blab, Google+ and Twitter I enjoy daily doses of inspiration, insights into the behind the scenes thinking of some very successful school administrators, professional development providers, teachers and influencers. 566 more words


I Hope this Change is Soon Made

In my GT class, each grade level meets with me once a week.  The 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders do a cooperative blog post for our class blog at the end of each their GT days. 386 more words