Monthly Archives: February 2013

Follow-up for Invite them to your classroom

So if you have been following my posts you will know that Feb. 21st and 22nd were two days I had set aside to demonstrate Twitter in the classroom to local education leaders, political leaders, and a few businesses. The … Continue reading

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Invite Them to Your Classroom.

Six months ago we had a great #edchat discussion about making a difference in education. We were specifically addressing the need to influence the education world outside of our classrooms. I suggested the idea, as did others, of inviting politicians … Continue reading

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Recent honors –

I had the honor of being named Nashvillian of the year by the Nashville Scene – Humbled and grateful. Write up is here. http://www.nashvillescene.com/nashville/honoring-christina-mcdonald-and-adam-taylor-andmdash-a-charter-school-teacher-and-a-district-school-teacher-who-represent-the-best-of-both-worl/Content?oid=3199526 I was asked by The Nashville Technology Council to write an article about tech in education. Here is … Continue reading

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Introducing Twitter to Educators and Scientists — http://wp.me/p17e1J-38

For those of you who are “Twitter is for more than checking out celebrities breakfast menus” converts, let me share some basic steps for helping other educators/scientists catch the vision. Disclaimer – I am a high school educator and as … Continue reading

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