A new approach to my outlook of my career path…

Over the years, I have found myself constantly trying to figure out what purpose to bring to my blog after I decided not to be a stay at home mom. I finished up my B.A. in English and secondary education, took on a full-time teacher position, and then completed two M.Ed. degrees in educational technology leadership and higher education. Among my journey in the last six years, I am constantly gravitating back to professional development and educational technology. Anyone who knows me knows I am an advocate for consistent and up-to-date training for teachers to become more comfortable in using technology within their instruction, as well as consistent follow-up training to help build skills and provide feedback and supports well after one training session. Read more [...]

Looking forward to 2015…

As we start seeing December quickly disappearing right before our very eyes, I have been reflecting upon my writing and blogging, and my contributions to the realm of professional development. As I have been conducting more trainings within my school district recently, I have reinforced my perception of how technology is thrusted upon teachers. Read more [...]

Question: Is Technology Widening Opportunity Gaps Between Rich And Poor Kids?

I found it quite disheartening that I am the only one who made a comment on the website of the largest union of education in the U.S. upon this matter that posed this question along with MindShift. We educators all work in the 21st century, and yet no one had a comment about this specific topic. I even went over to the site bearing the original article NEA was connecting their thoughts with and only four other people commented. Read more [...]
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