Curating Learning Since 2004
I take on various blogging projects where I focus on a specific scope of work. Here are those collected together.
365 Questions that Google Can't Answer
In 2010, I answered 365 questions I couldn’t find just by googling them, resulting in an autobiographical look at education, technology, family life, and storytelling.
During my time in the classroom, I created and shared many resources. This is a curated set.
These are all of the daily lesson plans blog posts I created as a 7th/8th grade LA teacher.
These are all of the readings, resources, apps, and websites I recommend to others to use or learn from.
These recommendations are focused on curating lists of resources or tools that solve a particular need.
These are articles, blogs and blog posts that are engaging and should be read by others.
What I'm Learning
Resources that I am sharing because I find the compelling, although I may not have used them directly in my practice.
What I'm Using
These are tools and resources that I have found and have taken the time to use and recommend.
For when you need to learn how to accomplish something in the field of education and/or technology.
I make a lot of videos. Here are collections of the best ones.
The video series where I answer one question on my walk from my parked car to my office in Denver Public Schools.
These videos and resources from PD Events help to chronicle the sessions I have shared with adult learners.
Project Roundtable is a series of 26 streaming video events throughout 2014 that bring together experts from around the world to discuss important educational issues.