Archive for January, 2011

Course 5…


Thinking about Course 5… and a way to integrate technology into the classroom. I’ve known for a while now that I want to use technology in our upcoming science unit, The Garden. I’m not sure exactly how I want to do it, but I’ve been looking at our T.A.I.L. Standards to help me gather some […]



Let’s talk about writing. Since graduating from college, I’ve probably written a handful of essays, only because I’ve continued to take courses. But I probably average anywhere between 10 and 25 emails a day, and a blog post every so often. I’ve written numerous cover letters, resumes, and emails to potential employers… but noone really […]

Things Change.


Achieving Techno-Literacy is an article from the NYTimes I read a long long time ago. One thing that has stuck with me since reading this article is this: Before you can master a device, program or invention, it will be superseded; you will always be a beginner. Get good at it. Things are changing all […]

Growing Up Digital, Wired for Distraction is an article that was published in the NYTimes at the end of November. Since then, it gained a lot of responses from the education and technology communities. Here is my two cents that I never published:   Lets talk about the population of students today who are “distracted” by […]



2011 is already here and I’m behind four blog posts?! How is this possible? I’m a good student and I always turn my homework in on time. This can’t be!! It certainly isn’t a great way to start a new year, so I’m attempting to catch up ASAP.   Blogging marathon, ready, GO.