I wasn’t completely happy with my last post. No, not because some people told me I pretty much was a loser because I was too lazy to fix my spelling, but because I don’t think I clearly articulated the difference between how publishing is different today. Here’s a hint at the analogy I tried.
November 14, 2012 -- The Trouble with Blogging
I've been fortunate to be able to spend time with so many great educators. Thoughtful, reflective practitioners who are full of enthusiasm, ideas and a passion for teaching and learning. So w...
November 25, 2013 -- Why You Can’t Click “Publish” My last blog post started with this sentence:
"Here's the lastest videos educator's are jacked about"
Two clear spelling errors. I had already published it and while it's not uncommon for me to f...
February 1, 2014 -- “I Couldn’t Agree More” is Meh. First off, if you rarely read the comments in a blog, you ignore the fact that some of the best learning comes from those who respond and contribute additional ideas, perspectives and insights. Gra...
I'm the Community Manager for Discovery Education Canada and worked for 24 years for Prairie South School Division in Moose Jaw, SK, Canada as a classroom teacher and technology consultant. I specialize in the use of technology in the classroom and hold a Masters of Education in Communications and Technology through the University of Saskatchewan. I am also a sessional lecturer for the University of Regina.
I've been privileged to talk with people all over the world about the affordances of technology. Any questions?