Hi, and thanks for visiting my blog. I want to start with a confession. After that I'll tell you why I'm starting this blog.
In this post, I wanted to share a quick reflection on how I am using technology to help keep myself on track as I pursue a graduate degree, in the same vein as my recent post on Grammarly. I thought... Continue Reading →
While the lines between learning in the classroom and learning in digital spaces continue to blur, digital citizenship and digital literacy are becoming important topics for teachers to engage with. It’s all about becoming informed and making good decisions, which is always a learning process
I'll be the first to admit it: my spelling acumen leaves something to be desired. As part of the generation who began writing via word processing at an early age, I learned I could always count on red squiggly lines to catch my misspellings... What’s next? An app lets me off the hook if I fail to form a grammatically sound sentence? As it turns out, yes.
Many teachers find technology difficult or frustrating. Many technologists, like myself, find expressing ourselves eloquently and effectively challenging or intimidating. In either case, improving is a matter of practice and approach.