Debbie Tannenbaum: Creating a TRANSFORM Tech Toolkit

By Debbie Tannenbaum, Author of TRANSFORM- Techy Notes to Make Learning Sticky and School Based Technology Specialist On Episode 52 of EduDuctTape, Jake Miller discussed how when we look at all the technology tools available to us, it can be overwhelming. It’s like walking into a hardware store. With so many options, it can be […]

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LAURIE GUYON: In the Air

By Laurie Guyon @smilelearning Model Schools Coordinator #NYSCATE Trainer @CoSN Emerging EdTech Leader 2020 and #CodeBreaker Ambassador Have you ever been in a moment where you hear a song that you have known forever, but all of a sudden, you see it through a different lens? I had this happen to me recently over a song […]

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Kevin Leichtman, Ph.D.:Are You Gay? A Lesson Learned in Performative Allyship

BY Kevin Leichtman, Ph.D. @KevinLeichtman Author, Education Consultant, Co-founder @TLCEducate, Director of @academicmindset I thought I was an ally. I really had it in my head that I was a genuinely good person. I wasn’t racist. I wasn’t sexist. I couldn’t be any of the bad “isms” because I was just full of empathy and […]

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Leslie Campos: The Business of Being a Mom: Balancing a Business While Raising Children

By Leslie Campos Wellparents.com leslie.campos@wellparents.com There is no underestimating how important a job parenting is or its degree of difficulty. For many, however, it’s not the only rewarding job. Balancing two priorities — children and a career or business — has been a persistent tug-of-war for many mothers. Fortunately, home-based businesses are becoming more acceptable […]

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