As you may know, every Sunday night, I create a #MondayMindset quote and post it on my Instagram account. At first, I started this because I wasn't sure what kind of content I should be posting on social media (I'm not a huge fan of social media --except Instagram. I now love Instagram. It might… Continue reading #dotheimpossible
updated March 14, 2018 When I originally sat down to write this, I thought I was going to write about what Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School means to me, but I can’t get through that without tears ... because without Douglas High School, I wouldn’t have any of the most important people in my life… Continue reading Solidarity … one month later
I thought about it a lot, and a new question started bouncing around in my head: Can I rewrite 400 pages? Not should -- can? And the answer is obviously yes.
That title is a lie. The journey began a long, long time ago when I was a weird little girl who stayed up late to write stories while hiding under the covers of my bed. I wrote stories in my head even when I wasn't able to write stories on the paper. I wrote by the… Continue reading The Journey Begins
Storytelling has "stickiness" to it that will help students learn, but implementing a digital storytelling project can be a daunting task. For more about my experiences creating a digital story, please read here. In creating my own digital story several years ago and then including similar (albeit less involved) projects with my students, I have… Continue reading Thoughts on Implementing Digital Storytelling in the Classroom: Lessons Learned