Author Archives: bulldogtechteach

About bulldogtechteach

I am a technology integrator serving in a k-1 and a 2-5 elementary building. I firmly believe in the power of technology to engage students and allow them to create and master their learning.

Edcamps are Excellent PD

Today we held #edcampyork. I had so much fun planning this event w/ a group of York County educators that it seems odd to believe it’s over and done already. I love attending Edcamps. They offer a unique, unplanned, informal … Continue reading

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Lucky Finds

In the spirit of all things green and feeling lucky, I decided today was a day to celebrate those instructional media tools that are truly the pot of gold under my rainbow. These tools have transcended learning for my students … Continue reading

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#liftupTchrs

Coming off of the ultimate professional development of the year for myself, amidst the month of amore & all things love, I think it’s more important than ever before that we as educators pass the love around and share a … Continue reading

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Empowered Educators

I am enjoying a long winter break after a rigorous edtech conference. I haven’t seen a classroom in a week, and I feel off. I can’t explain enough how valuable my time at #PETE2017 was to me. I had 4 … Continue reading

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Line in the Sand

Change is hard. Change requires people to move outside of their comfort zone, not only move outside of it but hang out there.┬áPeople willing to change need to commit to not only sticking their toes into the unknown, but agree … Continue reading

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Differentiation by Choice

Students love having a say in their education. One way to offer them some choice in how they learn, and what they produce to share their learning is differentiating by student choice in product. We all know and accept that … Continue reading

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Tweet-tastic PD

I have advocated for a long time about the importance of differentiated professional development for educators. We know it works for students, so why is it rarely done for the adults that educate them. All teachers come with their own … Continue reading

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