Tag Archives: Education Change

Educating the Educators: The Military Child IS in your school district/school/classroom

The video of the training I did I in March at K-State for Superintendents, Educators and Military leaders has been posted. It’s the second from the bottom video on this page. https://coe.k-state.edu/military/

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Pinterest / Search results for common core 4th grade

Pinterest / Search results for common core 4th grade.  Just one example of the wealth of activities and resources available on Pinterest. Check it out.

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Khan Academy: The future of education? – 60 Minutes – CBS News

  Khan Academy: The future of education? – 60 Minutes – CBS News.  I have been familiar with the Khan Academy videos for a few years now and have recommended them to friends and other educators. The level to which … Continue reading

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The Four Pillars of Education

  The Four Pillars of Education. I was reflecting on my philosophy of education based on foundations of education and the movement of the 21st Century Skills has really been the dominate force in my personal drive to learn, to … Continue reading

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Classroom Flipping

Why I Flipped My Classroom video. Have you heard about this teaching method sweeping the blogs and classrooms across the country? It makes sense that this would be a great learning method in theory but the logistics leaves questions; Access? … Continue reading

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Can Tech Save Education?

I am interested in watching the results of today’s technology in schools. The pace of development of tools is so fast and the implementation of it struggles to keep up. At a time in my life of thinking about simplifying my world, … Continue reading

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Five Lessons On Teaching From Angry Birds That Have Nothing Whatsoever To Do With Parabolas

Are you an Angry Birds fan? I bet your kids or students are. Check out this site to find out why Angry Birds is more than a game.  I love tricking kids into learning!  Five Lessons On Teaching From Angry Birds … Continue reading

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Evernote Blogcast

I found this great web tool called Evernote. It works like a personal journal of anything you want to save from the web, email, documents, voice messages, photos and more. The thing about it is that it works on PCs, … Continue reading

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37 Ways Teachers Should Use Pinterest – Best Colleges Online

37 Ways Teachers Should Use Pinterest – Best Colleges Online.

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Edupunk Lecture: Jim Groom

  Went to this lecture today. These are my notes with links for exploration. Lots of things to think about. I have always prided myself on helping my students “think upside down and inside out” now with addition of technology … Continue reading

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