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I work with AMAZING People!

We need to celebrate each other more often. I am bursting with pride right now, pride in the work that my colleagues do. Times are tough, money is tight, PSSAs loom on the dreary March horizon, but let’s all pause … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With This Argument?

I have recently had several conversations with various educators about the assertion that technology fosters irresponsibility and laziness in our students. Their line of reasoning goes like this: When teachers post notes and class materials in Moodle, they make it … Continue reading

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Yes, Absolutely, You Should Blog (and So Should Your Students)

The York Suburban Blog Site is up and running. Don’t think you or your students need to do this? Think again! Thinking + Writing + Multimedia + Audience = Blogging Let’s explore this equation… THINKING: Why teach a lesson and … Continue reading

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It’s All About Your Professional (Social) Network

I have boiled down my PETE&C notes, and one thing keeps bubbling to the surface: “It’s All About Your Network.” What do I mean by network? My network is a collection of face-to-face and online friends and colleagues with whom … Continue reading

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