Knocking Down Blocks


Anyone that follows my blog knows that I am fascinated with the way in which my children interact with and interpret the world. I truly believe that they have much more to teach me than I have to teach them. The difficulty lies in the fact that the lessons they have to teach me are […]

Leaders Ring for Freedom!

Liberty Bell 2

In August of 1752, the bell arrived in Philadelphia. Cast from London’s Whitechapel Bell Foundry, it weighed 2,080 pounds and measured 12 feet in circumference around the lip and 3 feet from lip to crown. The original bell cracked, so it was recast twice with more copper to get a better sound and durability. What […]

Fight For Their Right: The First Lesson I Learned From A 2 Year Old


This is a follow up post to “Breaking Sticks: Awesome Life Lessons From A 2 Year Old” in which I will relay how I plan to, and you might as well if you are a parent or an educator, apply these lessons in my roles as a father and a teacher. Please click on the […]

3 Icebreakers with GAFE


Icebreakers are a great strategy to get to know students at the beginning of the year. Here are some ideas on how use Google Apps for Education (GAFE): 1. Google Drawings: Have students draw themselves now and how they will look once they graduate. Create a pet that has special powers. Draw your favorite fruit […]

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