Category Archives: #remotelearning

Documenting 2020: Quarantine Time Capsule and more…

I have been always intrigued with the notion of being a historian, a documenter of history. Capturing moments in time, to be able to reflect, and share forward to others…

Important

Key Skill: Self-Directed Learning

As I am part of many virtual conversations with educators from around the world, reading through my Twitter feed and reading blog post after blog post, I am hyper aware…

Let’s Not Go Back, Let’s Go Forward!

Last week, I was in a conversation with other educators during a video conference organized by Fielding International, From Gathering to Transformation. Heidi Hayes Jacobs was the guest speaker to…

Remote Scavenger Hunt

We are heading into our third week of social distancing, school closures and “shelter at home” mandates. Not only here in the USA, but also in Argentina, Brazil, Canada and…

Living History

We are in the Midst of Making History

Are you aware that we are in the middle of making history? It is March of 2020. We are living through a pandemic of global scale. The COVID-19 virus has…