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This happens all the time. Whether with teachers in the district, colleagues at a conference, or friends at a social function, conversations are enhanced by technology. It doesn’t mean that you have your phone out all the time or that you disrespect each other in face-to-face interactions. But often, searching Read more…


About That Conference

Really? Are you still unpacking and processing your latest professional learning experience? Good. You should be. Here’s why… For any professional learning experience, including local, state, national, and international conferences; unconferences like edcamps, techcamps, or smackdowns; weekly twitter chats; or even what some still call professional development just down the Read more…


The #Hashtag180 App!

Blogger’s Update: This post has been revised with The #Hashtag180 App post on November 27th, 2020, and also with the official launch of the #Hashtag180 App on March 4, 2020. End Blogger’s Update DATE: July 1, 2025 Today: Is THE DAY! Twenty Years: From 2005 to 2025, one educator’s passion project Read more…


DOING Professional Learning: Part 3

It was my third ISTE, and it was also my third time presenting at the International Society for Technology in Education Conference. But this time was different… Owning the Experience I can’t tell you how excited I was to share one of my biggest passion projects ever! I started #hashtag180 Read more…


4 Ways to Personalize Twitter

WHAT! Did you say twitter? College kids roll their eyes. Colleagues don’t have time. And the famous response: “Yeah, I have an account, but I rarely use it, don’t remember the password, or it’s my personal account and not my professional account.” At edcamps, conferences, and education events, I meet Read more…


Perceiving Public Ed

Gone are the days when we can trust the media to tell our education stories. We need to tell our stories ourselves. If we aren’t telling our stories, how will any taxpayer know what’s happening in our public school classrooms? I’m seeing fellow educators in several states marching for higher Read more…