The Importance of #PLN’s and Twitter – Professional Learning Networks

It’s always important as an educator to grow and learn from peers. This is a key element in becoming a better teacher and not stagnating. Falling into a rut is something that happens to all of from time to time, but knowing how to get out of that rut can at times, be a challenge... Continue Reading →

Evolving Classrooms: Paper Portfolios…RIP

Where I am in my teaching career and where I work as a teacher, paper portfolios to showcase student achievement are a thing of the past. This is something that puts a smile on my face. In the modern age of technology, apps, blogs, and micro-blogs, there really isn’t a need for traditional paper portfolios.... Continue Reading →

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