A few months ago, I joined Eric Richard on his podcast, Nomad on FIRE to discuss how I paid off over $17k in credit card debt while living remotely and starting my own company!
I’ve recently been featured in two EdConnective blog posts about remote learning! EdConnective provides virtual teacher and leader coaching, and I’ve worked with them as a teacher coach for some time.
3 Great Tutorials for Online Learning This blog post highlights a free webinar I put together about online learning in addition to two other great resources to get introduced to online learning.
Tips from Virtual Educators on Supporting Students Remotely This post highlights advice from myself and other educators on moving to online learning!
I wrote this blog post for Newsela to help folks get back from winter break on the right foot! Read the post here!
GoGuardian recently hosted me as a guest blogger, where I wrote about how Western School of Science & Technology uses GoGuardian to implement a blended learning model!
I co-led Nearpod’s last Twitter Chat of 2019! You can check out a recap on Wakelet.
A few weeks back, I was able to lead an ISTE Twitter chat about systemizing EdTech and personalized learning support for teachers!
Along with Carla Rivera-Cruz, I led an online workshop for The Educator Collaborative Gathering!
A few years ago, I moved from being a classroom teacher to working on the admin side. I wrote a post for Flocabulary to highlight the highlights, struggles, and how I stay connected to students in my admin work. Check it out here: https://blog.flocabulary.com/classroom-to-admin/
I had the privilege of being interviewed in the pilot episode of the EDpiphany podcast with CRC, an amazing educator and entrepreneur.
We talked about the No-Nonsense Nurturer model of teaching, and how Radical Candor could be viewed as the “adult version” of this. We also had some great laughs as we talked about how hard education work is!
Take a listen here: http://edpiphany.libsyn.com/pilot-adult-version-of-no-nonsense-nurturer
I had the privilege of talking on the Prenda Podcast about “high expectations” and how the term can sometimes lead to unintended consequences. Listen here: https://radiopublic.com/prenda-podcast-Wlapp0/ep/s1!97057