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Course 5/Option 2/Here we go!

It has been a great learning journey thus far, and I’m sure more is in store! Hard to believe that four courses have gone...

Time to reflect on tech…. and reassess..

When I reflect on our use of technology in the elementary classrooms at Lincoln, I see it being utilized in a variety of ways....

Badges and Professional Learning-Not Just for Kids

I first learned about digital badging programs about a year ago thanks to this article. Frankly, I thought I had struck gold. Why? Well,...

From theory to practice..

What’s your theory on technology in the classroom? How often do you think about it or seek to define it? For many educators technology...

PBL, CBL, PrBL, POL, OMG!

“L” is for learning when it comes to PBL,CBL,PBL and POL. Looking beyond that though, there are more important similarities to these pedagogical approaches....

Between Comfortable and Seamless…

I enjoyed reading a number of the articles regarding tech integration, and while doing so I kept asking the question; where are we? Meaning,...
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Not quite iconic…

Course 3 was a fantastic learning experience that offered up a number of opportunities to improve my practice and view things through the lenses...

Let’s meet and visualize…

Recently, two outstanding author/illustrators paid visits to Lincoln School. Marissa Moss author of multiple books, most notably Ameila’s Notebooks and Marcus Phister author of...
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Service and Storytelling

The National Storytelling Network (NSN) characterizes storytelling as an interactive art form that encourages the listener’s imagination. NSN points out that storytelling includes words...
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The Bulletproof Presentation

When it comes to presenting, I have always enjoyed sharing information and engaging with audiences. I like to use humor and I’m comfortable speaking...