If there’s one thing that my students can all do well, it’s texting. Yeah, sure they do all kinds of things on their ever-present smart phones. Most of them use Snapchat (I don’t even want to know how many of their stories I accidentally made an appearance). Some use Twitter or Instagram. But they ALL text. (On the other hand, one thing that none of them can do well is discreetly text in class, but that’s a different post.) After fighting them all year, I decided it’s about time to put that skill to good use. Continue reading
Month: May 2017
Reflecting Back and Blogging Forward
Tuesday marked the official last day of classes in my first masters graduate semester. Only three more semesters (one year!) to go until I will graduate with an M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction: Learning, Design, and Technology from the University of Houston.
I really like saying that whole title. I’m proud of every word. Continue reading