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Teacher, researcher, speaker and educational consultant specializing in the effective integration of technology with teaching and learning.

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Favorite Features of Google Keep

What: Google Keep is a tool that often goes unnoticed in the suite of Google for Education products. Google Keep is available on mobile devices, web browsers, and even as a chrome extension meaning you can access it anywhere anytime and all versions sync together. There are many ways you can use Google Keep for … Continue reading Favorite Features of Google Keep

What do you do for fun?

I recently watched a video where three generations of people were asked the same question: “When you were a kid, what did you do for fun?” (source). The different answers between the oldest generation and the youngest were staggering and showcase how much society has become dependent on technology. For example, answers from the oldest … Continue reading What do you do for fun?

Owning Your Classroom

What: Kasey Bell from Shake Up Learning recently released 20 Tech Tips for Teachers (source). I think several of these tips can be applied as common practice in our classrooms. The following five tips are my recommendations to own your classroom – with or without technology.  Shift Your Mindset: Positivity is a choice. We can … Continue reading Owning Your Classroom

Supporting the Emotional Well-being of Teachers

I recently watched a TEDtalk about supporting the emotional well-being of teachers. The speaker began by discussing links and said we are all connected to each other. The issue, however,  is that because of that connection teachers suffer from second-hand trauma meaning that teachers take on the trauma of their students. Teachers often have a … Continue reading Supporting the Emotional Well-being of Teachers

Building Executive Functioning Skills in Students

Today’s culture requires quite a few skills including organization, time management, and planning to be successful. These executive functioning skills do not come naturally for students and need to be taught. “A critical component of any student’s educational journey is learning how to be better organized, complete tasks independently and persevere when an assignment is … Continue reading Building Executive Functioning Skills in Students

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At 6:49am on April 18, 2008, Lidia Sevilla said…
I have been looking at your bookmarks they are great! Thanks for sharing

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