Category Archives: 21st century learning

Book Review-Mindset! by John Naisbitt

Below is my review of Naisbitt’s Mindset! It is a good book for someone just getting into trend analysis or dabbling in the world of futuring. John Naisbitt’s Mindset! joins the ranks of other futuring “self help” books by authors … Continue reading

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Story Telling and Basic Programming Skills

This week I have been making rounds to my 5th grade classes getting them ready for their reading olympics (RO). Part of the RO is that kids are given tons of options on how to report out on their books. … Continue reading

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Getting Out of the Office

(The above picture has nothing to do with digital literacy) There are times where I have to force myself out of my office. Between the constant deluge of emails, administering different portal apps that we use here at school and … Continue reading

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Cyberbullying and Staying Safe Online

Today at the Parent Coffee Kris Sheehan, Dan Everett, and I presented Internet Safety-Guidlines to keep your child safe online. The slides from the presentation can be viewed below. While our presentation only scratched the surface of this topic, I … Continue reading

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It’s Friday So I’ll Keep It Brief

Two things I will share today…. First, I stumbled upon this quote yesterday from Jack Welsh, former CEO of General Electric. I thought it highly relevant to the state of education in the US and internationally today. Hopefully it will … Continue reading

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