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Joli Barker teaches fearlessly in a Title i school. She challenges us all to listen to our students and to give them the education they deserve. Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in the post are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive […] Read More

Today is Monday, January 13, 2014 and it is a great time to review the many blog posts we saw last week. In class, I mentioned a new app that was helping me to write. One of my students piped up, “That’s so last week.” She was right. Here is last week or last month: […] Read More

We have had memorable guests on The Interactive Teacher Podcast. Here is what some of them have been posting: Our newest Alumni member, Jackie Gerstein, posts another informative article, "Hope and Optimism: The Other 21st Century Skills." Ms. Gerstein digs a deeper with Tony Wagner and supplements her own survival skills for the 21st century. […] Read More

Jackie Gerstein is an educator who teaches teachers. She works at a variety of Universities and Colleges teaching Education Technology and it is all about changing education for this the Era of Learning. Her early years in Outdoor Education taught her to put WOW in each and every educational experience--for students, teachers, and business people. […] Read More

Today is Monday, January 6, 2014 and it is a great time to review the many blog posts we saw last week. In class, I mentioned a new app that was helping me to write. One of my students piped up, “That’s so last week.” She was right. Here is last week or last month: […] Read More

We have had memorable guest on The Interactive Teacher Podcast. Here is what they have been posting: "It Is Time to Renew, Reorganize, and Reevaluate." After reading her post, I realize that my workspace is a mess, I have no idea what is in the piles all over the room, and there is no plan […] Read More

Today is Monday, December 30, 2013 and it is a great time to review the many blog posts we saw last week. A blog is a wonderful way to keep deep notes with links out to the information that generated those notes. In class, I mentioned a new app that was helping me to write. […] Read More

Michelle Baldwin started out eager to gain a triple major in University, made her way into and out of the classroom and back again. She talks about her transition, her life stage, and her ideals and how other teachers can chase their own ideals as well. Click here to Listen Now Annastasis Academy: a review […] Read More

Today, my cousin asked me a question and it really helped her. So I've created a quick tutorial on how you can free up some space on your iPhone and take advantage of the iOS 7 update. I'm working on grabbing some screenshots and recording my screen as I show you how to do it […] Read More

Sandy Fivecoat polishes off an amazing career by starting a great little company at WeAreTeachers.com. Breaking through gender barriers to pioneer technology innovations in Texas, she learned to surrounded herself with really smart people along the journey from classroom to Administration to Apple Computers to WeAreTeachers.com. You will be inspired by all that she has […] Read More