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Get Your 2019 On!

January1

Live once again from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware—one of my most favorite places in the world…

Here’s wishing you and yours a very happy, sparkly, shiny, brand spankin’ new year from Edutech for Teachers!

And now for my annual reminder encouraging you to take advantage of the opportunity you have to enjoy 12 months of happiness, 52 weeks of laughter, 365 days of love, 8,760 hours of success and 51,536,000 seconds of learning that can be used to inspire others in your sphere of influence!

Regardless of where your personal and professional journey takes you, I hope it’s one of the best ever!

Live, love and laughter… Namaste! ♥

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Back in the Bloggoshere

October14

Russin showcasing new signage in our Media Center.

Yep, I’ve unfortunately been MIA in the bloggoshere for awhile…

But that doesn’t mean I’ve been completely absent on the edtech scene. In fact, quite the contrary. The last five months have been super busy with all kinds of new adventures that have been unfolding in my journey as an educator.

From finishing a three-year media center project to opening a third high-tech makerspace to supervising a student-run escape room business to developing a new concept known as Xscape EDU, one that is geared toward promoting breakout activities in the classroom, I’ve been on the move. And that’s not to mention all of the conferences, trainings and workshops I’ve been attending or the classes I’ve been facilitating at Penn State Altoona. Plus, our district has partnered with Modern Teacher in an effort to shift our traditional classrooms toward modern learning environments across the K-12 spectrum—a very in depth, time-consuming but extremely worthwhile process.

All good stuff, for sure, and nothing I would change… But I must admit that I really miss writing on this blog. My goal is to get back to one of the things that makes me happy so hopefully I will be able to carve out some time in this crazy schedule to do so!

In the meantime, be sure to follow Edutech for Teachers on Twitter and Facebook, two spaces where I regularly share valuable edtech resources and information.

Until next time… Be awesome! ♥

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Get Your New Year On!

January1

Here’s wishing you and yours a very happy, sparkly, shiny, brand spankin’ new year from Edutech for Teachers!

Once again, here’s my annual reminder encouraging you to take advantage of the opportunity you have to enjoy 12 months of happiness, 52 weeks of laughter, 365 days of love, 8,760 hours of success and 51,536,000 seconds of learning that can be used to inspire others in your sphere of influence!

Regardless of where your personal and professional journey takes you, I hope it’s one of the best ever!

Live, love and laughter… Namaste! ♥

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Edu-fun Friday: 4000 Years Later And…

March31

As Quincy Jones once remarked, “I’ve always thought that a big laugh is a really loud noise from the soul saying, “Ain’t that the truth.”

That said, Edu-fun Friday is a series devoted to adding some humor to the lives of teachers who visit this blog. After all, there’s nothing better than ending the week on a positive note! Plus, do we have the best topics to provide us with some comic relief or what?

So much has evolved—yet we’re still speaking the same language all of these years later… Too funny!

TGIF! Have a great weekend enjoying whom and what makes you happy! #livelaughlove ♥

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Get Your 2017 On!

January1

Live once again from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware—my sand art capital of the world…

Here’s wishing you and yours a very happy, sparkly, shiny, brand spankin’ new year from Edutech for Teachers!

And here’s my annual reminder encouraging you to take advantage of the opportunity you have to enjoy 12 months of happiness, 52 weeks of laughter, 365 days of love, 8,760 hours of success and 51,536,000 seconds of learning that can be used to inspire others in your sphere of influence!

Regardless of where your personal and professional journey takes you, I hope it’s one of the best ever!

Live, love and laughter… Namaste! ♥

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Edu-fun Friday: Christmas Uses for Dropbox

December16

christmas-listAs Quincy Jones once remarked, “I’ve always thought that a big laugh is a really loud noise from the soul saying, “Ain’t that the truth.”

That said, Edu-fun Friday is a series devoted to adding some humor to the lives of teachers who visit this blog. After all, there’s nothing better than ending the week on a positive note! Plus, do we have the best topics to provide us with some comic relief or what?

I’ve thought of about a zillion ways to effectively utilize my Dropbox account, but this has never been one of them! Now I know…

TGIF! Have a great weekend shopping, decorating, baking, staying warm or just relaxing!

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Edu-fun Friday: Scary Halloween Costumes

October21

cloud-computing-halloweenAs Quincy Jones once remarked, “I’ve always thought that a big laugh is a really loud noise from the soul saying, “Ain’t that the truth.”

That said, Edu-fun Friday is a series devoted to adding some humor to the lives of teachers who visit this blog. After all, there’s nothing better than ending the week on a positive note! Plus, do we have the best topics to provide us with some comic relief or what?

I’m pretty sure we all work with some of these terrified peeps… I personally think their perspective and commentary is pretty entertaining! (but not quite as funny as that of my own parents—ha, ha!)

TGIF! Have a great weekend!

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Edu-fun Friday: Who Needs a Driver Anyway?

June17

cartoon4325As Quincy Jones once remarked, “I’ve always thought that a big laugh is a really loud noise from the soul saying, “Ain’t that the truth.”

That said, Edu-fun Friday is a series devoted to adding some humor to the lives of teachers who visit this blog. After all, there’s nothing better than ending the week on a positive note—even if you are enjoying summer vacation!

Speaking of which… If you’re a techie and a golfing junkie (like many of my teacher peeps), then you can probably related to this one—both in the classroom and on the links!

Thanks to cartoonist Mark Anderson for sharing this humor with us!

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Edu-fun Friday: Why Math is Important

April8

why math is importantAs Quincy Jones once remarked, “I’ve always thought that a big laugh is a really loud noise from the soul saying, “Ain’t that the truth.”

That said, Edu-fun Friday is a series devoted to adding some humor to the lives of teachers who visit this blog. After all, there’s nothing better than ending the week on a positive note! Plus, do we have the best topics to provide us with some comic relief or what?

Sometimes we have no choice but to resort to drastic measures to make our point…

A shout out to cartoonist Randy Glasbergen for sharing his edtech humor!

Here’s to an enjoyable weekend!

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Edu-fun Friday: Get Your Lip Balm On!

April1

berry cartoon school disciplineAs Quincy Jones once remarked, “I’ve always thought that a big laugh is a really loud noise from the soul saying, “Ain’t that the truth.”

That said, Edu-fun Friday is a series devoted to adding some humor to the lives of teachers who visit this blog. After all, there’s nothing better than ending the week on a positive note! Plus, do we have the best topics to provide us with some comic relief or what?

I’m pretty sure this would be a most hilarious April Fool’s prank, although you might have to surrender your teaching certificate after you pull it off—ha, ha!

TGIF! Have a great weekend!

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