Homebound Parenting – Two Ingredients for Thriving

What are you reevaluating? Parents and teachers are struggling right now, all around the world. How do we do THIS? How do we parent and teach, at home, in a crisis? What do we hold on to, and what do we let float away? We’re all reevaluating so many things right now.  What’s workingI’m gettingContinue reading “Homebound Parenting – Two Ingredients for Thriving”

Building Self-evaluative Mindsets and Tools

I had a teacher recently ask how handle it when students ask if their work is “good”. She wants to help them, but doesn’t want to be seen as the ultimate authority on what is “good”. Firstly, “authority” and “expertise” are not bad things, and we don’t want to remove that experience and skill fromContinue reading “Building Self-evaluative Mindsets and Tools”

ISTE 2010 – Day 1 Takeaways

OK, please forgive the stream of consciousness here. This is mostly a compilation of my notes from these sessions, with some added thoughts. here and there. Unless otherwise clear, the ideas here are from the presenters ( I don’t want to misrepresent any of the genius here as my own). Everyth9ing written here is somethingContinue reading “ISTE 2010 – Day 1 Takeaways”