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Wondering Writers #5

This week I want to focus on something we all do a little differently!

How do you plan your book?

I’d like to write lots of books for the same world, so I started my plan by creating my fantasy world.  338 more words

Writing

How I Stay Organized | Fall 2017

One of the things I struggle with the most is my love for technology. While I finally forced myself to automate my social media profiles and I just left Instagram (and a couple of Facebook groups) into my life, I still struggle with my insane love for apps. 1,078 more words

Productivity

Mindshift, Embrace, Imagine – Flipgrid

Classroom Mindshift

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the educational shifts happening in our classrooms, reflecting on how to foster the growth we want to see in our students. 795 more words

Science Learning

Microsoft Education Is the Underdog

Full disclosure: I have an iPhone and a MacBook. The last time I owned anything Microsoft was 2006.

That does not mean I cannot appreciate the products from Seattle. 784 more words

Cape Leader Roles

Trying something new this week, harnessing the power of purple capes to motivate leadership roles in my science classes. Since I teach middle school, I have a bit of latitude to be silly and hence make use of a super hero themes. 425 more words

Science Learning

OneNote & Microsoft Teams to the Rescue!

I’ve been suffering from a horrible cold and cough and it got worse last night, which unfortunately resulted in me missing school today. But there is indeed a silver lining in every dark cloud because I got to do an amazing lesson through Microsoft Teams and OneNote to my class while I was comfortably sitting on my bed! 242 more words

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