Reflections: EdcampNoVA

 Over the weekend I had the opportunity to go to an edcamp!  It was an awful wet and rainy day, but there were over 100 teachers at #EdcampNoVA. It was great to reconnect with professional friends and colleagues.  I saw Karen Richardson, Heather Hurley, and Charles Randolph among others who I only see at conferences.  Met […]

Who Coaches the Coaches?

I got a call yesterday from a friend who just began coaching in January.  Preparing for #ISTE17, she was concerned that she was loosing her relevance and that teachers wouldn’t listen to what she had to offer since she was no longer in a classroom. She’s been helping teachers learn new strategies both formally and informally […]

Gamify Literacy – Part 1

One of the greatest benefits of membership in ISTE is the professional development offered to members. The webinars and book studies are really pretty good if you are trying to keep up with the myriad of technology applications that are possible in education. Last week ISTE’s Literacy PLN started a book study on the book […]