Tag Archives: pbl

Life Changing Professional Development, what positive PD are you doing to change your teaching?

There are moments in our lives when we know we are forever changed for the better. Not very often does a single experience transform a professional philosophy like this one has. I have had the privilege of witnessing the beauty … Continue reading

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The Moon Rocks Are Coming

Hard to believe my whirl-wind month is over. Sort of. April started with my trip to Boston, making a national presentation on project-based learning and ended with (wo)manning the DuPont Science Booth and the DuPont Challenge Booth at the USA … Continue reading

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Hashtag WORTH IT

I love my job. No, I really love my job. Yes, I get to play but I get to inspire. Everyday I make a difference in a young person’s life (sometimes a seasoned teacher’s life too, sshhh don’t tell anyone). … Continue reading

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Crowd funding

Ever since I flew in zero-g, I gained the confidence to try new things. New things in my personal and professional life… This past year I submitted a proposal to present my own ideas, with a fellow zero-g alum, on … Continue reading

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