The SAMR Model

Using the newest or most expensive technology won’t translate to the most efficient integration. Good integration is about understanding what options you have and how you can correctly implement them into the class. The SAMR Model explains how educators can enhance and transform online learning for their students.

Between Teacher and Child

A late afternoon snack; Episode 3. This is a poem that speaks about the power of a relationship between a teacher and a child, written by Dr. Hiam Ginott. I’m sharing this solid piece of advice: a teacher must wield their power carefully. I have come to the frightening conclusion that I am the decisiveContinue reading “Between Teacher and Child”

The RTI Analogy

The Doctor will see you now. Episode 2 – Teachers’ Snacks Series. In case you don’t know, I’m offering up our hungry New Mexico teachers some nutritious brain food in the form of small bite-sized PD. See yesterday’s morsels on Positive Behavior Supports. Let’s dive into some RTI today! Response to Intervention: RTI. If aContinue reading “The RTI Analogy”

Teacher Snacks

I’m starting a new blog series called, Teacher Snacks. Why? Teachers are often on the hunt for bite-sized applicable information they can apply to their learning setting immediately. Kids need snacks, and teachers need snacks too. I LOVE snacks – and really all food… Teacher Snacks will offer short and concise information about topics andContinue reading “Teacher Snacks”