It’s a brand new day – make it the best one yet

This post begins with a deep breath. The world we live in seems to be in a free fall – from the flames of racial injustice to the deepening curve of a pandemic, there are so many in turmoil. People have expressed agony over the excrutiating and arduous task of navigating such difficult conversations inContinue reading “It’s a brand new day – make it the best one yet”

Bringing School Together – Connection Learning in Math and Science (Volume One, Post 3)

“Climb the mountain not to plant your flag, but to embrace the challenge, enjoy the air, and behold the view. Climb it so you can see the world, not so the world can see you.”  ― Warren Berger, A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas As you may have readContinue reading “Bringing School Together – Connection Learning in Math and Science (Volume One, Post 3)”

6 Words to Define Me

I am taking a course with the PLP Network called “Educational Leadership in the Digital Age.” I have been through a year-long program with PLP, and I have gained so much in the way I approach my own learning and that of my students. Though I am an educator who very much enjoys the opportunityContinue reading “6 Words to Define Me”

TPACK example from my classroom

As I build my curriculum at the micro-level (in other words, in building one lesson), I am starting to pay very close attention to how I can use the TPACK model in my curriculum development. As an outcome to this effort, I have built a self-guided, team-exploring effort for students to follow in my mathContinue reading “TPACK example from my classroom”

TPACK in my classroom

I was pleasantly surprised to listen to a discussion in a recent PLP webinar about a learning framework that I had not encountered before, but one which I have immediately adopted and will continue to use in my classroom. The framework uses the acronym TPACK, and it is a progressive system of learning…but one thatContinue reading “TPACK in my classroom”