A list of great International Educators on Twitter (outside the US)
One of the great benefits of being on Twitter & blogging is getting in touch with
14 things that are obsolete in 21st century schools
Saying that it has always been this way, doesn’t count as a legitimate justification as
Sweden’s top iPad schools series – Tångvalla
On Monday I got the chance to visit two top schools in Sweden, Tångvalla in Falsterbo &
Sweden’s top iPad schools series – Knislinge
Being in another country opens up new possibilities in so many ways. One of the thing is seeing
Croak.it & QR Codes in the Classroom
One of the great addition technology (in this case the iPad) adds to teaching & learning is
How to help students develop literacy habits that lead to a lifetime of independent literacy
When I visited Big Hollow Elementary School, Ingleside, IL. USA and met with Amie Lynn she told
Students don’t have to be in the same class to collaborate
One of the great projects at our school is what we call buddy-classes where two classes are
How a study on ‘why elderly people should be socially active’ inspired a class in Iceland to take action
I read a report long ago (which I can’t find now, but here‘s another one) about how
A comfortable class pillow
When I was going through my photos from my first 3 years of teaching I ran across, if I may
How to make students and parents proud every year
I have done a lot of fun projects including an iPad 1:1 initiative, started Yoga with my kids,
Do you want your students to write more, read more and do more quality work? Here’s how.
If I’d tell you there is a tool out there that gets students to write more, read more, do
How to turn your classroom space into a creative place
Since I was introduces to the idea of Multiple intelligences in the Classroom and Gardners
Set the tone right in your classroom
I have been fascinated with color, art & design since I can remember. I’ve read Feng
What does my 2nd grade in Iceland do differently?
In March last year I was preparing for a trip to Burley Elementary School in Chicago IL. I was
Why do some teachers never have time for PD while others always make time?
Why do some teachers say they don’t have time for Professional development? How many of
A class blog… quick, easy and effective.
Earlier this year I started a class blog with my students. Before that I used to create a
Personalised Professional Development with Twitter
I have got to say that I love my job as a elementary school teacher in Iceland, work with
How to come back a stronger teacher next year… balance.
Despite my commitment to blog at least once every day for the next 30 days and work very hard