It seems hard to believe that we are entering the second week of October. I am super excited about this upcoming week. This coming Wednesday, I will be traveling to Austin, Texas for TCEA's Conference for Educational Coaches to present 2 of my favorite sessions: Tech Up The Math and Creating Artifacts of Learning: Amplifying Thinking Routines using Technology Tools. Then, I will be traveling up to Dallas where I will be attending ASCD's Leadership Summit in Grapevine, Texas on Friday and then on Saturday, I will be attending the ASCD Emerging Leader's Orientation and presenting about thinking routines at ASCD's Leadership Summit at a social garden.
TransformED: Amplifying Learning Using Tech Tools
Two weeks ago, I shared a blog post called TransformED Goal Setting. In this week's blog post, I am going to begin focusing on ways that technology tools can amplify our learning as learners. Often, as educators, we forget that we are learners first and learners always. One of the best ways that we can serve our students is by continually improving our practice and modeling risk taking, So how can technology tools help us with this pursuit?
This week, I will focus on TransformED Networking. Much like we can use technology to help us with goal setting, we can also use technology tools can help us to better connect with local, state, and national networks. As educators, it is easy to feel siloed, but you don't need to be. There are so many ways that you can use technology tools to transform your professional networks.