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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…


The #Hashtag180 App!

DATE: July 1, 2025 Today: Is THE DAY! Twenty Years: From 2005 to 2025, one educator’s passion project was now focused into one FREE app. The world–and the world of education–are forever changed! Gratitude: First of all, I’d like to thank #Hashtag180 app builder ________________________, for believing in me and my 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…


#Hashtag180 Central

Welcome to #Hashtag180 Central! Find #Hashtag180 Resources Here! Check back often–We’re always learning and growing! #Hashtag180’s History: In August, 2013, I joined twitter just to have a digital space to store hashtagged resources to make my teaching better. Today, this Dewey Hashtag System is a growing movement in education. #Hashtag180’s Read more…


Doing Professional Learning: Part 2

What’s your favorite way to learn? My learning experiences have to be meaningful, memorable, and somewhat personalized, while helping me become better for kids. At conferences and unconferences alike, I look for ways to become better in addressing the Whole Child at 30,000 feet, before landing on one specific path at Read more…


DOING Professional Learning

Have you ever gone outside to learn something new at an edtech conference? I have! It was so special to me, and I can’t wait to share this experience with you. At the Wake County Instructional Technology and Library Media Services #wonderwake Fall Convergence Symposium, Bill Ferriter and I presented on Read more…


Facilitating Expert Instruction

I’m sick. After much denial and frustration, I finally went to the doctor. I really admire medical professionals. They know a lot! I saw five different people, had several data measured and tests conducted, and walked out with prescriptions to fill. All alone in my doctor’s office room, I couldn’t Read more…


From Dewey Decimals To Hamstra Hashtags: 4 Steps to Sharing Learning Resources Efficiently

From cataloging with the Dewey Decimal System in 1876 to exploring wide open topics on digital search engines today… Oh, how the times have changed–Or have they? While some educators argue how the Dewey Decimal System was too linear and inflexible with changing times and genres, others race to throw Read more…