A previews of #worldgeochat May 23,2017 edition where we chat about Google Earth.
All too often when I see students (both current and former) out in the real world, whether it’s at a concert, running, or even food shopping they seemed surprised to find out that I do indeed…. Have a life that exists outside of education. I love music. I love watching music at concerts. I love … Continue reading More than just a teacher
At this point in the school year there are so many things that have either gone wrong or are in the process of going wrong. Classes are often disrupted by assemblies, units are disrupted by testing, and spring fever is in the air as students and teachers alike gaze out the window at the warm, blue … Continue reading It’s not all bad
Well, it's here. Testing season. Those weeks in April and May that all teachers dread. Crazy schedules, stressed out kids, different lunch schedules, students pulled from class, lost planning time, anything and everything can happen during these weeks and usually does. While testing schedules and time frames vary from elementary to high school, the stress … Continue reading Surviving Testing Season
Pete recounts his experience leaving the profession and explains why.
It has been so long since I’ve done a written reflection on a chat. The last time I did one was almost a year ago but I’m excited to dig into this week's edition of #worldgeochat. What's so exciting is that the topic of blended/flipped learning is currently at the forefront of pedagogy as more … Continue reading How can you use blended learning with limited technology?
It's tough to teach Africa and not focus on the negative, but we need to!