Mental Health: The Ultimate Awkward Silence

If you follow me from Twitter (@TAYLOR_does_IT), you know there are two things I care deeply about. Relationships Mental Health I know. The title alone is confusing. I promise there has a point to it. Just stick with me and it will all become clear. Let me start by saying, I am not a therapist. … Continue reading Mental Health: The Ultimate Awkward Silence

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Ready, Set, Goals!

On June 1, I completed my first year as an Instructional Technology Coach for Tuscaloosa City Schools. I served 13 schools (yes, THIRTEEN) as best as I could. I focused on building relationships, communication, and availablity. I didn't complain because I know people who are serving over 30 schools alone. There were days I wanted … Continue reading Ready, Set, Goals!

EqautIO

Many math teachers are looking for ways to incorporate digital tools into their lessons. Well, I have a tool for you... EquatIO, which is a digital tool that allows the creation of mathematical formulas, equations, Desmo graphs, and more on a computer, Chromebook, or tablet. It has Read&Write literacy software integrated, which can read mathematical expressions … Continue reading EqautIO

Top 10 Ways to Involve Parents Using #EdTech

Last week, I blogged about apps you can use to communicate with parents for EdTechTeam for #NationalParentsAsTeachersDay (November 8).  It was an honor to blogged for them for the second time. I hope you all find the blog beneficial. If you have any recommendations/suggestions, post them in the comment section below or send me a … Continue reading Top 10 Ways to Involve Parents Using #EdTech