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
How administrators can make sure new teachers make it through the first year.
When starting a new career as a teacher or even just starting at a new school it is absolutely
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
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
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