Category Archives: Reflection

Expanding Learning – #KWEC13 Reflection Part 1 Journey

Essential Question: what is community? I am breaking my #KWEC13 blog post into two parts. Part 1 is the journey, and will focus on the experience of the conference. Part 1 is a stream of conscious reflection of the entire … Continue reading

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The Documenting Has Changed, Will Schools Adapt?

In the arch of interacting with social media, a definite trend appears to have staying power. That trend is people documenting the funny remarks made by their young children. I spend very little time on Facebook, and extraordinarily too much … Continue reading

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Departing With Gratitude

In August of 2012, I was holding my daughter at home for the first time. My cell phone buzzed. I ignored it. I was deep in the moment of fatherhood. A moment when priorities are appropriately aligned. I knew what … Continue reading

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#NaNoWriMo 2012 Reflection

It’s done. Well, almost done… in 95 minutes national novel writing month ends & thne I need to return to using proper grammer, spacing, and such It’s been a great month. I wish I would have stuck to my goal. … Continue reading

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Sunday Night Prep – The Power of Silence (Quasi-reflection)

This past week, something out of the ordinary happened with the group of students I spend 60 minutes with daily. At our small progressive project-based high school, students are in multiage groups of 15. Each group is called an advisory. … Continue reading

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Knowing

This past Thanksgiving, my wife was quizzing me about what I was thankful for. My responses were typical. She said, “I’m thankful that we’re going to have another baby.” I was jacked! A few days went by, and we started … Continue reading

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