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 are also Digital Coaches, to have lunch with Bill Ferriter (@plugusin on Twitter).  Bill was presentingContinue reading “SD36 Admin Blog Reader Bundle and Other Reflections”

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 our teachers build their Personal Learning Network, I thought it would be a good ideaContinue reading “PLN Starter for Elementary Teachers”

My 10 Most Popular Blog Posts 8/10

My 10 Most Popular Blogs Posts First of all, you must keep in mind, I have only been blogging for 8 months.  My blog isn’t very busy, but there are some posts that have garnered more interest than others.  While some of my more recent posts have had a lot of views, I am goingContinue reading “My 10 Most Popular Blog Posts 8/10”

Top 10 in 10 Series: Celebrating my 100th Blog Post 4/10

While I have been inspired by many school administrators and other district personnel, I have also been inspired by many classroom teachers. I would consider these educators to be leaders in education as well. 10 Most influential Teacher Bloggers Joe Bower – Joe has opinions and isn’t shy to share them with the world.  I findContinue reading “Top 10 in 10 Series: Celebrating my 100th Blog Post 4/10”

Pinning Your Way to Pro-D

Professional Development is really everywhere and anywhere you want to look!  I realized this when a few friends introduced me to Pinterest.  This is a website where you have a number of themed virtual bulletin boards that you fill with items from different websites.  If you like something, you simply “pin” it to your appropriateContinue reading “Pinning Your Way to Pro-D”