EdTech and Screen Time are Awkward Friends

I work in a 1-to-1 school. Every student and teacher has a device used for accessing resources, carrying out learning activities, and communicating and collaborating for academic purposes. My title is Digital Learning Specialist, so I love the tech. But Continue Reading

Selling My Principal on YouTube

I’d been at my new district a week when I sent IT an email requesting my YouTube channel be unlocked. Not YouTube the site, which was open, but the ability to sign in and use my channel. That was closed. I Continue Reading

I Swear I’m Not Playing With My Phone

I spend a lot of time looking at my phone and tablet. Probably too much time. Some of the time I spend looking at screens happens during meetings. This rarely goes over well. I can feel the looks. The judgement. Continue Reading

The Other Side of Digital Nativeness

I had a ton of interesting conversations at ISTE about the uniqueness of today’s students. As the first generation raised in the digital age, they say students are interacting with technology in ways that most teachers do not understand or Continue Reading

Digital Temporary Tattoo

As the world changes and each individual’s digital footprint gets bigger and deeper, society is going to have to change and adapt. No longer will the foolishness of youth be washed away by the waves of time. Now every thought Continue Reading