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SD36 Admin Blog Reader Bundle and Other Reflections

I always seem to feel “behind the times” and trying to “catch up” – if that is at all possible.   HA HA! A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity, along with some other administrators in my district who … Continue reading

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Leading the Learning

Our district is trying many new things in the area of technology, but more importantly, in the areas of creativity, collaboration, communication, and connections. We have a number of different opportunities in our district including a 6-part series called Engaging … Continue reading

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PLN Starter for Elementary Teachers

Our school is one of the schools who received an Innovative Learning Designs Grant for this coming year.  This is Phase 2 of the District project.  You can learn a little about the Innovative Learning Design Project here. To help … Continue reading

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It’s All About Relationships

I have been back on Twitter for a year now (I was originally Twitter in April, 2009, but didn’t really see the point of it, so I left it behind for a few years). It has been truly an amazing … Continue reading

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10 Things I Want to Try or Learn About 10/10

10 Things I Want to Try or Learn More About In the Cloud To be honest, the “cloud” confuses and scares me a bit.  I just don’t get it. Clearly, I need to learn more about it.  Here are some … Continue reading

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10 Reasons Why I Blog 9/10

10 Reasons Why I Blog 1. I blog as a way to making meaning.  Blogging helps me think about and process information.  I find it therapeutic to take in, reflect on, and then express my feelings and thoughts through my … Continue reading

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Posterous!

Have you ever heard of Posterous? Until recently, I had not heard of Posterous.  Heidi Hass Gable (@HHG) introduced it briefly to my Study Group before Christmas. As a result, we decided to focus on Posterous at our Study Group … Continue reading

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I’m Back and On the Mend

I’m Back! I have been unwell for the past week.  Apparently, it was time for my yearly visit with my friend Bronchitis, with a bonus stopover from Sinus Infection. Misery loves company, don’t you know. This is how I looked, … Continue reading

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