The Brainwaves Video

Bob Greenberg has been doing a series of videos called The Brainwaves. In this series Mr. Greenberg, a retired educator, asks educators to provide an interview. He does very little to find out what people are going to talk about. His coaching is also minimal. The result is a video where educators really get a chance to talk about their Continue Reading →

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Short Notes of a Book: How to Stop Bullying in Classrooms and Schools

Today I spent quite a while catching up on research articles themed around LGBTQ discrimination in education. Since I am taking notes I thought I might as well share some summaries here. Besides, LinkedIn and my Blog make for easy searching compared to the vast vault of my hard drive and Google Apps accounts. Each of the articles includes a citation at Continue Reading →

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Queer Coffee: LGBTQ Apartments for Elders Article

Usually I focus my attention on the disturbing ways sexual and gender minorities are treated in youth rather than as elders. Challenges I faced as a young person compare as poorly to our youths’ as to our elders’ challenges in their early years. LGBTQ communities face(d) so many obstacles to acceptance. I am humbled by the heroes in every generation Continue Reading →

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Wanna Win a Free Book?

I have never done this before but for the ISTE Conference I have been afforded the opportunity to give a prize as part of my blogging/vlogging efforts. I value silliness so here how this will work. Take a selfie with me either at the conference or by searching Google Images or my blog for a picture you think goes well Continue Reading →

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Guest Appearances!

This is going to go down as my favorite week for blog connections. While my own blog (this spot here in case you are confused) enjoys unprecedented neglect, one friend, Amanda, decided to include me in her xoJane Post and I am guest blogging for the International Society for Technology in Education. A confluence of my identities, something I am striving Continue Reading →

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Happiness Stats According to People Who Come Up With This Stuff

As an experiment in web design and relating back to my prior post I thought I would put up the graphic below. This is a bit of coding that give the look, through html5 of a chart loading as you scroll down to it. Pretty dramatic and exciting for a boring old graph. This put me in mind of ways Continue Reading →

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