This post is part of the #EdublogsClub – a group of educators and edtech enthusiasts that blog around a common theme each week. Simply write a post and share it to join in, or sign up to receive email reminders of each new prompt. This week’s #edublogsclub prompt was simple. “Write a post that includes… Continue reading Leadership – What Geese Can Teach Us
A course assignment this week had me tasked with creating a representation of what inclusion means to me. Based on my experiences and course readings, the sketchnote below is what I came up with. The assignment itself is a great example of an inclusive approach to education. The prof. allowed for creative freedom (keeping in mind everyone’s different… Continue reading Inclusion – Meaningful Participation and Learning for All
The #edublogsclub prompt this week (read more about the group and join here) has the participants sharing what their classroom and work spaces look like and how they are set up. Being in Student Services and out of the classroom means that I spend a lot of time in other teachers’ classrooms. While I initially thought… Continue reading Just Ask Siri!
For Week 1 of my #52project I will be following the prompt provided by the #edublogsclub, a group of educators blogging weekly on a variety of topics relating to education. The first prompt is called My Blog Story and is all about the group members getting to know each other a little bit before embarking… Continue reading #Edublogsclub: My Blog Story
Around this time of year, like many others, I am thinking of New Year’s resolutions. Almost every year, mine are related to fitness or weight loss (mostly because I fail miserably every year at meeting these goals and have to start all over every January). This year, because I’m just not in that headspace, I’ve… Continue reading #52project