We Didn’t Start The Fire

It was always burning Since the world’s been turning Meet Alex. He’s a second grader at my school who was born without eyes. He’s funny and smart and he loves music. Really loves music – of all sorts – with Continue Reading

Learning to Connect, or Connecting to Learn?

If you’re reading this, chances are that you are probably living. If not, we are all in serious trouble. By virtue of being a living creature, we all go through constant cycles of growth, from the moment we are born, Continue Reading

Amplify Awesome and Boost Brilliance

Send me one name of a teacher you know with a small following but big, interesting ideas, please. — Doug Robertson (@TheWeirdTeacher) November 29, 2015 I sent out a tweet asking for recommendations- someone with a small follower count but Continue Reading

Take a Hike and Take Your PD With You

I’ve been doing a lot of math in my head lately trying to puzzle through some vexing equations: Teachers + Technology + (?) = Engaging/Effective PD (Sub-equation: Effective = Dynamic Learning for Students and More Trusting, Transparent Professional Culture) Truth Continue Reading