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!
I have been working with children since I was a teen (17). When I was in high school, teacher's aide and office aide were electives. I was Mrs. Cabil's Kindergarten aide and she was an amazing teacher. I LOVED working with her students who are adults now. WOW. There was one girl in particular who … Continue reading #WhyITeach
I support #OklahomaTeacherWalkout. Those educators are not abandoning their students or their profession. They are advocating for better treatment of themselves AND the profession. I am baffled by the fact that the arming of teachers is being discussed and funded, yet funding for basic school needs are consistently depleting. Educators beg for school supplies (pencils, … Continue reading Educators Matter
Google Tour Builder is a new way to show your students the places they may not have visited and the experiences they would encounter along the way with the use of Google Earth. It allows you to pick locations on the map, add in videos, photos, text, then share your creation. It is a web-based … Continue reading Google Tour Builder
Congratulations to University Place and Ms. White's students for earning their reward from the first round of the #TCSRobotChallenge! Many teachers told me they wanted to participate, but couldn't find the time to allow their students to dive in so I am hosting the challenge again this semester. I hope you all can participate this … Continue reading #TCSRobotChallenge
Many of you may not have a multitude of technology in your classroom (YET) so I have created an infographic with information on how to use one iPad in your classroom. I hope the information is helpful.