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What We are Told, What Some Tell…(Spot the Fallacy)

What We are Told, What Some Tell…(Spot the Fallacy)

Too often a misunderstanding or a fear breeds an untruth. Too often all that is sensational sells as gold when really it is nothing more than a cheaply painted metal ring about to leave its green mark on our finger. It is easy to accept…

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VOXER for capturing the learning process

VOXER for capturing the learning process

If we’ve chatted recently, you probably know that I’m pretty much obsessed with Voxer. In fact, I even find myself getting annoyed with people that I have to send text messages to, because I’d much rather just Vox them. If you are unfamiliar with Voxer,…

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Allegory(ish) of the Pen

Allegory(ish) of the Pen

When did the (pen) stop being named a tool and become exactly what (it) is… not a punishment or reward not a motivation or resource not a reason or cause not an avenue or bridge an intricate definition crafted and created by the one who…

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Brain Breaks

Brain Breaks

Sometimes, we need to refocus. Sometimes, we need to shift focus. Sometimes, we need to focus. Recently, a member of my PLN tweeted asking for resources and ideas for brain breaks. I shared a few of my favorites just as I am with you! GoNoodle:…

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Whose School Is It Anyway? ~ Context #2

Whose School Is It Anyway? ~ Context #2

George Couros’ blog,  What if . . .?, inspired me to write my first post in this series of posts, Whose School Is It Anyway?, as George posed questions that he had pondered when thinking about great organizations and administration.  Since I just focused on one aspect…

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Whose School Is It Anyway?

Whose School Is It Anyway?

George Couros’ blog,  What if . . .? inspired me to write this post. He posed questions that he had pondered when thinking about great organizations and administration.  During the fall sports season, I have been observing all of the opportunities where students could be…

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