May 2, 2014

Minecraft: Teaching Tool or Time Waster?

By |2014-05-02T06:32:53-07:00May 2, 2014|, , |

You can’t make a very good birdhouse with a set of tweezers. Eventually, you might squeeze a few nails into the right places, and I suppose if you got a splinter, at least the tweezers would be more helpful than a hammer.  When you want to do a job well, it’s important to choose the [...]

Feb 7, 2014

Be Afraid, Fearless Students!

By |2014-02-07T07:34:22-08:00February 7, 2014|, |

In early December, I received a direct Twitter message from a friend that said, “If you wish to grow thinner, diminish your dinner” (a Benjamin Franklin quote). I was somewhat baffled, as this message seemed to be completely out of context. When I went onto Twitter however, the context was made clear. Apparently, someone had [...]

Jan 20, 2014

I Am Not The Soundman

By |2018-04-15T22:15:51-07:00January 20, 2014|, , |

I am a bit of a techie. That confession probably doesn’t surprise anyone who knows me. I like to figure stuff out; how things work and how to make broken things work again. This interest in all things “geeky” has served me well as a teacher and administrator as we are often dealing with technology [...]

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