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A Scientific Approach to Teaching

Yesterday, at an educational training, I sat down to lunch with a woman in charge of a large Head Start program in the Pacific Northwest.  Through our small talk, she learned that I had been a secondary science teacher for … Continue reading

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Student Conferences using Skype

Image via Wikipedia This past week I held Skype calls with 14 out of 16 of the students enrolled in my online “Teaching with Technology” course.  I have two more scheduled for next week.  I wanted to have a video … Continue reading

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Comment Challenge Day 19: Respond to a Commenter On Your Own Blog

Today I made a second response to a commenter on this post. I’d been meaning to respond to the post for at least a week, but since I haven’t been very active with blogging lately, I hadn’t gotten around to … Continue reading

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More about teaching in Baltimore . . .

Here is another post from my forgotten blog. This is probably the most important thing I learned from my experience in Baltimore, maybe even in my entire teaching career. One of my students in Baltimore, lets call him “James”, used … Continue reading

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Teach for America and me

Today I commented on a blog post about the sad state of education in America. I began my career as an educator in Baltimore City as a member of the Teach for America 1998 Corps. Baltimore, with a graduation rate … Continue reading

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Instructional Psychology and Technology

I am working on a PhD in Instructional Psychology and Technology. Technology and Psychology don’t always seem to have a lot to do with one another, but sometimes the connection between the two seems a little more clear. I had … Continue reading

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