Work as an Instructional Technology Specialist. Working with students, teachers and administration to integrate technology into the curriculum. Loves traveling, reading, black and white photography, being with my family, taking coffee making courses - a free tip: for good coffee store the grains in the freezer to retain the freshness and aroma, use cold water preferably filtered for a coffee machine.
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Thanks for checking out my videos. Not too many math teacher know the Club 91 trick. I have others as I am a MathCounts coach. My goal is to get all my "stuff" out there for others to use. It would be great if we could have a list of everyone's blog here and also be searchable.
We are a group of educators who have been preparing for the last year to pitch a 20 page proposal to Google. We did an extensive research on the topic, looked at education market trends and much more. But before approaching Google who gets 50-100 pitches a day we would like to show them that beyond the research and the scholars there is a real need! Our proposal is about Google developing a search tool unique to the education community in the United States. A tool that will be developed by educators and students for us, with Google helping with the technology. But we need educators and students to voice their concerns, problems with what we have today, thoughts and ideas. We dream of a tool where if you attended a PD NY it will be added to a resources a teacher in Montana will be able to pull up. A tool where students researching a topic in CA will have access to links a teacher in TX posted.
Our local blog is just starting, feel free to post your comments directly on the blog, take a vote. We would like to hear what students have to say on the topic, a blog where students and educators can exchange ideas in one place on a specific topic. Hope to hear from you.
Direct link on my profile.