In our profession, it is easy to get caught up finding solutions to problems that don't really exist. Professional fatigue and disappointment is fueled when educators live other people's questions rather than working to scratch their own itch.
What is your vision for teaching and learning and are you asking the right questions to discover the right tools and strategies to cultivate your goals?
Music by Joakim Karud, Title: Dream
Podcast Producer: Rio Ragatz (age 14)
The Answer to How is Yes: Acting on what matters by Peter Block
I am often accused of being too opinionated. I just see it as taking a critical view of the world and a reflection of my role in it. In this blog, I will be recording some weekly thoughts on the craft, in lieu of a Tech Tip of the Week (in emails that are rarely opened, lol) in hopes that you might listen while you are tidying your classroom for the day.
ABOUT THIS BLOG
Educators today are caught in a state of limbo between traditional instruction and the breakneck speed of innovation brought on by emerging technology. Innovation, however, is not always about the new and shinny.