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Makerspace: Standards AND Fun

How do we facilitate experiences that are meaning, memorable, relevant, fun, and student-centered, while still learning standards? I think this is one of the true challenges in education today. Words have a way of informing. They can also evolve, evoke, and overwhelm. Words wormhole their way throughout the world of Read more…


The #ncties That Bind

It’s about celebrating moments with people. I love the conference experience, because I love people and their stories. When learners of all ages meet face-to-face to exchange ideas, learn from each other, and continue seeking ways to make teaching and learning better for all–That’s powerful! To me, conferences are not Read more…


#Hashtag180: How To Hashtag North Carolina Science Essential Standards

Blogger’s Note: Officially beginning April, 2017, I’m excited to launch a movement that will connect educators and resources worldwide to improve student learning. #Hashtag180 is created BY educators FOR educators. Let’s make student learning experiences better! WHY: 10 Reasons Why You Should Hashtag Your Curriclum WHY: Here’s Why You Should Hashtag Your Read more…


Join The #Hashtag180 Challenge!

WHY: To Improve Student Learning Experiences. #Hashtag180 began as one fifth grade science teacher’s journey to enhance and supplement curriculum. It grew into: Hashtag A Community Around Your Curriculum. HOW: See: How To Hashtag North Carolina Science Essential Standards and North Carolina Curriculum Hashtags.Tweet one experience on each of the 180 school days of the year, Read more…


Hashtag A Community Around Your Curriculum

Twitter is powerful. Tweets can evoke responses, start movements, and create communities. Who can forget when George Couros rocked the Twitterverse with this teacher invitation? I share this same passion for Twitter in education, however, my journey was unique… I love science. I love creating opportunities for students to love Read more…