A Case for End-of-Year Portfolios

I am a big believer in portfolios, especially writing portfolios. But, like teachers everywhere, I never have enough time to teach everything I think my students need. It is tempting to skip the end-of-semester portfolio. We already did the writing once. Why should we do it again? I know it takes time, but I don’t skip […]

Take Your Lessons Online with HyperDocs and Multimedia Text Sets

What I’m Thinking About… Over the last couple of years, I ‘ve been experimenting with the “blended” classroom. This means some instruction is face to face and some instruction is online. Even though my school still does not have a 1:1 program, we have Chromebook carts, iPad carts, and computer labs. This means I can […]