I wrote this blog for an organization called ThinkWrite.  The blog was about this pretty cool communication and collaboration tool.  Check out the blog and let me know what you think.

I have the pleasure of collaborating with an organization called Maker Ed headquartered in  Oakland, Ca.  They recently sent a few colleagues and I to a training in San Francisco.  We've done all of our interaction virtually.  This was our first opportunity to meet fac...

May 20, 2016

I’m pretty active on twitter and one of the things I love about social media is growing your Professional Learning Network (PLN).  A group of us that are a part of my PLN collaborated and put this #passthescopeEDU project together (If they didn’t know they were in my P...

I’ve been on a maker ed write fest for the past few blogs.  I started talking about an erosion maker activity in an earlier blog and this blog I’m going to reflect on that activity. A few things I’m noticing in general is how much engagement I’m seeing from students in...

January 28, 2016

 

I had the opportunity of co-facilitating two separate maker activities.  The first activity was the actual maker activity at a middle school while the second activity was the building up to a maker project at the same school.  I really enjoyed being able to collaborat...

December 30, 2015

The 3 powers I learned because of Edcamp Voxer

 

I was on twitter reading various posts as usual when I happen to read a post about an event called edcamp voxer.  I’ve been to a physical edcamp but this one was virtual and over the Christmas break.  I signed up and took...

December 8, 2015

3 things I learned about Making with a Natural Disaster Project

I did an experimental maker activity at one of the schools I work with.  I actually was able to collaborate with a maker vista that I work with through MakerEdOrg and a classroom teacher.  The collaboration...

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