reflections

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The Honest Truth About Spell Check…Sincerely, Teacher


Dear Students: Spell check is notorious for being viewed as dumbing down your spelling abilities.  Throughout my years in the teaching profession I have heard rants from many teachers about the evils of spell check and how it makes students lazy and unable to learn how to spell correctly.  The naysayers who view this way … Continue reading

1 Year Later- Why Teachers Should Join Twitter…What I have Learned as a Twitter Newbie


What is the first thing you think of when you think of Twitter?  Most people think of a popular social networking site that people use for socializing, sharing random opinions and befriending cool celebrities.  Think of Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore.  Yes, they are no longer together.  But, they were one of the Twitter trend … Continue reading

Wisdom of the Great Depression Generation- Lessons Learned from My Grandparents


We often say to listen to the advice of our elders because they have years of wisdom.  Better yet, listen to the advice of our elders of the Great Depression Generation.  They have wisdom beyond their already long lives and there is much we can learn from them.  I recently lost one of my grandparents and … Continue reading

Instagram I Heart You for Coming to Android- Finally Fabulous Photos


I have waited a long time for you Instagram to come to Android.  Thank you, Instagram for making my wish come true! I used to have an iPhone and had you Instagram. I jumped ship to the Droid due to personal preference. In doing so I had to give you up.  Oh, how I have missed … Continue reading

EduTweet #edchat Discussion- Professional Development so Last Century


Yesterday, March, 2012 I was privileged to take part in a live edu-tweet with #edchat. #Edchat is a group of educators from around the country and globe that Tweet each other via the hashtag #edchat on Twitter twice a week to discuss issues in education. The discussions last for an hour and are determined by … Continue reading

Perceptions- Kaleidoscope of Impression


Interpretation of visual content is reflective of our perceptions: what we choose to see, how we choose to see it, and the life we choose to live. I choose to see things and live life full of rich color, like a kaleidoscope.  My impression and perceptions of color is a reflection in everything I do.  … Continue reading

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