The Relationship Between Structure and Freedom

Tweet This month our focus has been on Freedom in Structure and I have enjoyed working with it in my class, reflecting on it, reading about it and blogging about it. This is definitely a topic that will reoccur here at The Inspired Classroom site and magazine. In my first post on the subject, I […]

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Go Paperless – Write on Your Desk!

Tweet A few weeks ago, I pledged online through Twitter to “Go Paperless” for Earth Day. Soon after, I told my students about it and they were so excited! They immediately started to offer ideas and suggestions of how we could Go Paperless for an entire day. “We can work on the computers,” said one […]

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Reflections on #140conf

Tweet Just watched the educators’ panel on #140conf. It was GREAT! Just the 30 min I was able to catch was inspiring to say the least. Lit a fire in this teacher and parent. I started watching when a group of 8th graders were singing their own lyrics to a Lady GaGa song about the […]

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No Such Thing as I Can't

Tweet Hello All. I’m happy to be a guest blogger this month. If you like your blogs laid back and passionate about education, you might dig what I’ve got for this month. Enjoy and thanks for reading! While Forrest Gump’s momma might have told him that life is like a box of chocolates, my momma […]

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Virtual Professional Learning Networks

Tweet If you live in an urban area, near a university, or work in a large school district you may have access to lunchtime brownbag meetings and idea exchanges. Professional educators with a common interest sit down and share ideas and resources with each other. I am often envious of English teachers who have fellow […]

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The Digital Classroom

Tweet The digital age has brought about many changes in the way classes are taught. There are certainly a lot of ways technology has made learning easier, more fun and more interactive. Here are some useful examples of how technology has changed the future of learning: 1.   e Texts- gone are the days when […]

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