I did not walk out today. Don't get me wrong, I fully support all of the roughly 30,000 educators who marched at the Capitol today. But my school was in session, so instead of walking out, I walked in. I walked in to see students already in the hallway at 7:20 AM because their parents… Continue reading I Walked In
I was challenged by Meghan Loyd in her blog post (After my snafu with the donut tweet last Sunday on #oklaed, I'll never again spell your name incorrectly.) and Kelly Husted in his blog post to write a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 blog and include the following questions. I'm WAY behind on this challenge and blogging, in general.… Continue reading 5, 4, 3, 2, One-derful!
Reflecting back on 2015, brings so many moments, experiences, and relationships to mind. The year has been an amazing one, full of challenges and growth. It has been a year of learning and pushing myself. Simply put, this year has been great and infused with remarkable moments. Moments of aprehension about new apps and new… Continue reading #2015BestNine: 9 Ways I Grew as a Leader in 2015
Recently, I have had the honor of writing the "Tech Talk" article for the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration's (CCOSA) publication, Better Schools. I thought it was only fitting to post an adapted version to my blog. (Especially since posts have been sparse the last few months.) If you have resources of the technological… Continue reading Using Tech to Collaborate, Communicate and Innovate
I remember the day I entered the "World of Twitter" like it was yesterday. It was not, however. I was one of those Facebookers who was only slightly curious about Twitter. I mean, Facebook had it all, I thought. I could catch up with old/current friends and classmates, post pictures of my beautiful children, and… Continue reading Learning to Connect Becomes Connecting to Learn