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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Rebooting 2999 and Some Posts from TTT

As promised, here is a quick recap on where I've been in the last month or two. I mentioned back in September that I was going to be writing a new blog called Teaching Toward Tomorrow for Education Week. While I meant to continue writing for both blogs, work/life got the best of me and I spent most of my time writing over there. Apologies! I promise that I will be writing more on this blog starting now... Teaching Like It's 2999 is my first blog, and I will not forsake it!

With that being said, if you're interested, here are a few posts I've written at Teaching Toward Tomorrow that I'm excited about:

Booting Up Your Digital Classroom: These are a few quick tips, tricks and ideas for how to get started with technology in your classroom!

Creating a Culture of Innovation: How do you support teacher growth and thus student growth when it comes to technology? How do you convince a tech-resistant staff to adopt new devices or pedagogies? How do you create and sustain a culture of innovation? While there isn't a single answer to any of these questions, here are six strategies I've found successful so far.

Out of the Mouths of Babes: Strategies to Empower Student Voice: This post shares five tried-and-true strategies to amplify your K-12 students' voices and empower their ideas.

And also on TTT is a series of posts I'm calling "The Digital Buzz". In these posts I'll be interviewing amazing EduStars... educators who are making magic happen with digital tools in their learning spaces. In the first three installments, I've had the pleasure of chatting with:
Hope you'll visit Teaching Toward Tomorrow and share your own ideas, reactions and questions in the comments of these posts! If you have any ideas or requests for things I should explore, or people I should chat with - on this blog or TTT, please share in the comments below. Thanks everyone! :)

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