Social Media

  • Technology Is for Adults!

    by - Sep 1, 2015
    Or is it? Technology is for adults, and children should keep away from screens may sound an absurd story, today, but you’d be wrong. It is just one of the interesting...
  • EFF13: Rethinking How We Learn

    by - May 1, 2015
    EFF13: How do we rethink learning? Today, the answer to rethinking learning must go beyond a discussion of just connectivity. Education is under a lot of pressure from everywhere, including the...
  • Supt. John C. Carver: Future Ready

    by - Mar 12, 2015
    Superintendent John C. Carver (@JohnCCarver) leads the Howard-Winneshiek Community Schools in Northeast Iowa (Cresco). He has never been stranded on an education island, or shied away from speaking his education mind....
  • School Leader Dr. Marsha Jones

    by - Mar 5, 2015
    Whenever I interview a great school leader, they all seem to have certain attributes in common. Among those traits are amazing energy, ways to creatively figure out how best to use...
  • Heather Lamoureux Lucky Teacher Traveler

    by - Oct 24, 2014
    Heather Lamoureux considers herself lucky to be back home teaching at Collins Elementary School, in Roscommon County, and the Houghton Lake Community School District, where she grew up and attended school...
  • Students Losing Sleep to Texting

    by - Dec 6, 2013
    We all know that teens are on a different time schedule than most of us. They go to sleep late and wake up late. It’s the science of their internal clocks...
  • LinkedIn the New Twitter?

    by - Nov 1, 2013
    Everyone, including educators, should carry a business card, and beyond Pinterest, Facebook, Google, and Twitter,—everyone, including educators, should actively participate and share at LinkedIn. While it began as a place to post...