Desmaze

Claire Verti, one of my teachers, sent me this blog post today. David Sladkey is using Desmos to complete a maze with his students. Sweet, right? I immediately tackled it and now present to you my completed Desmos Maze. As you can see, I had some fun...

Google Teacher Academy

or How the Most Exalted Conference in EdTech Was Exactly What I Expected, But Not In The Way That You Think Fifty-two of us from all over the continent converged on Austin for two days of … something. We weren’t sure exactly what to expect; the agenda...

2>1

One of the many benefits of my new position is the exposure to tons of new perspectives. There are 460+ teachers in Bonita USD, and I follow roughly 160 on Twitter from around the world. (The overlap is about seven people. I’m working on that.) Conferences and...

Good Ideas

Here’s what’s happening. Music Cues A teacher, previously averse to new tech tools, installed iTunes and added my collection of Music Cues to it. She’s planning on using a few to start up, then adding more as she gets more comfortable. That exact...

#GTAATX Application

Together with John Stevens and Karl Lindgren-Streicher, I’ve been brainstorming an interesting way to apply for the Google Teacher Academy for months. As of August, our plan was a rap with a beat we composed, referencing each other in our videos and starring in...