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After a wonderful 10 year relationship with the Northwest Independent School District, I have decided to move on and enter into a new and excited role with ESC Region 11 (now known in my head, at least, as “The Reeg”). … Continue reading
Originally posted on Engage Their Minds :
There aren’t a lot of opportunities in a standard curriculum for students to think philosophically. Hopefully, teachers still find ways to give them time for such discussions. In the past, I’ve written about the…
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Humor as a high form of seriousness: Playing with possibility. “Serious things cannot be understood without laughable things” – Plato’s Laws Books VII (10th paragraph from bottom) Each of our classrooms harbor near infinite versions of the future. As we … Continue reading
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Originally posted on Adjusting Course:
Podcast Format Each week we’ll feature two guest hosts that participate in a digital duel. The podcast focuses on pedagogy, innovation, and educational technology. Our purpose is to engage practitioners in a FUN and interactive experience comprised…
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FIND YOUR SPARK! Be a firecracker for your students! It has been a great summer so far! It is amazing to have time to spend with family and friends. It is also time to reflect…