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Summer Tech List

Summer break is just around the corner!  I am a  list person, each summer I create a  summer reading list for myself.  I think it dates back to the summer reading programs I participated in at the local library while growing up! … Continue reading

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I love learning new things!

I know I became a teacher because I like learning new things.  I also didn’t want to sit behind a desk all day, I like working with people, and I was inspired that no two years, let alone 2 days, … Continue reading

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Infographics – Make Data Visual

Infographics, information graphics, are visual representations of data.  We know there is a large body of research about the power of visual learning, and we know this is one way to reach our students!  Sometimes data can be dense and … Continue reading

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Using Twitter for Professional Development

I remember when Twitter  came out in 2006, I didn’t get it.  Why did I care what people had for breakfast or which celebrity someone spied at the airport!  The idea of reading people’s 140 character thoughts on random things held … Continue reading

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Blizzard Bags

This has certainly been an interesting winter.  Boston has had 78.1″ of snow this season and this winter is poised to go on record as one of the top five snowiest winters.  With snow in the forecast two times within … Continue reading

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Reasons I Like TED Talks

I think, like most educators, I entered the teaching profession because I love learning and want to inspire that love of learning in students.  In the frenetic pace of daily life it is easy to get caught up in our “to … Continue reading

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Ever feel iPhone-solated?

I recently read an article in the Boston Globe, iPhone Obsession Is Ruining Our Ability to Deal.  A study at the University of Missouri looked at iPhone dependency and it turns out our dependency can lead to physiological effects, task inefficiency and … Continue reading

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