More on Voxer

Some time has past. I've been using Voxer now for about three months. Several people have commented on my previous post (Voxer -- My own Best Practices). There have been a number of discussions about what those best practices really are.  So I thought it might be time to re-address some of the ideas I've … Continue reading More on Voxer

I Think I Can Feel the Bottom…

I am from Florida.  I have lived here my entire life.  I have a confession.  I don't swim.  Well, that's not entirely true.  I can dog paddle but, don't ask me to save anyone.  I can barely get myself across a backyard swimming pool.  (But you're from Florida...) Yes, I'm from Florida and I don't … Continue reading I Think I Can Feel the Bottom…

A Whole New World

I've been given an amazing opportunity.  A blank slate.  As we speak, a new computer lab is being installed at my school.  I will be leading students through the world of IT for the first time on our campus.  I am excited, nervous, and generally insecure about how to impart the knowledge it has taken … Continue reading A Whole New World

To Whom It May Concern…

To Whom It May Concern; For 23 years, I have given my all.  I have worked tirelessly for students that didn't appreciate the efforts.  Twenty-three years of lesson plans and grading papers.  Twenty-three years of providing supplies for students that didn't have any.  Twenty-three years of making sure there was food in my cabinet just … Continue reading To Whom It May Concern…

The Power of the Twitter List

Once again I am giving props to Joe Mazza (@Joe_Mazza).  I happened upon another chat that Joe guest moderated.  This one is #nt2t (New Teachers to Twitter).  While I don't consider myself a newbie on Twitter any more, I do consider it my obligation to help those that are.  I started by lurking (like I … Continue reading The Power of the Twitter List