I live with a dinosaur. He is the best husband you could ever ask for, but dinosaur, nonetheless. He loves old things. He loves the challenge of fixing old things: […]
In my second try at the SOLE my 11’s had to find out if Mussolini and Hitler were more similar or more different. They got stuck on this idea during […]
My recent blog post led to some interesting questions and discussion from my friends on Facebook. Here is one example: “… I thought you were going to pull in a technology element. Do you use Google translate or other online tools? Do you think it’s beneficial in a classroom setting, […]
What we currently have? Currently our school does not have a designated computer lab. Our lab is used almost hourly to teach CT. Most kids have some sort of mobile device in their pockets or back packs. 99% have access to the Internet at home. Most kids have their own […]
I love Sesame Street’s way of making fun of life.
Classroom Management Monsters I find there are a lot of cool apps and programs that allow you to track student behavior. This blog post link shows one that I tried. […]
My Krazy QR Code Post I love QR codes as you can see from my linked post on EduClick. Do you have any exciting ways you are integrating QR codes in your classroom?
For my 11th Grade Standard Level Diploma History class I wanted to morph the SOLE a little. I have 10 students of varying abilities. Some could be taking Higher Level, […]
After watching Sugata Mitra’s TED talk on School in the Cloud, I was inspired to test out his methods in doing inquiry in the classroom. The SOLE or Self Organized […]
Recently I watch 2013 TED Prize winner’s talk on his school in a cloud. I was amazed. My mind raced for 48 hours with how I could integrate some of his findings in my own classrooms. Could this kind of learning only work with kids who have been exposed to […]