In the summer of 2018 I had the opportunity of presenting at my first international conference at the International Conference on Computational Thinking in Education. The experience was incredible and … Continue reading CTE2018- Hong Kong
Currently finishing my Master’s in Learning Technologies, I am an ed tech groupie.
In the spring of 2017, I presented at the American Education Research Association Conference in San Antonio, TX. I had a wonderful experience meeting new scholars, getting feedback on my … Continue reading AERA 2017- San Antonio, TX
In March of 2017, Dr. Cassie Scharber and I published an article in the journal Computers in Schools on a high school laptop pilot. The school was interested in going … Continue reading Publication: Lessons from a one-to-one laptop pilot
In the spring of 2016 I presented a roundtable at the American Education Research Association Conference in Washington, D.C. Student Tech Teams to the Rescue was a research project I was, … Continue reading AERA 2016- Washington, D.C.
In the Spring of 2015 I presented two roundtables at the 2015 Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Nevada. SITE is an international conference … Continue reading 2015 SITE Conference- Las Vegas, Nevada
Tuesday, bright and early with coffee in hand, I head to my first workshop presented by Tanna Kincaid, Technology Director for Bismarck Public Schools, ND. Kincaid’s presentation titled, “1:1 Implementation: … Continue reading TIES14 Conference Reflection- Day 2
On December 8th & 9th I had the opportunity to attend my third TIES Conference in Downtown Minneapolis. This year’s theme was “Make it Happen” a nod to the maker’s … Continue reading TIES14 Conference Reflection- Day 1
This blog post represents a turning point for my final project and me. For my final project I proposed, hired, and managed the integration of an online badging system and … Continue reading Finishing my M.Ed.
With this issue of The Generator we explore the expanding role of technology in the classroom and how it can improve service-learning work. Read about how the school-age students in Generation Z see … Continue reading The Generator, Winter/Spring 2013
http://www.mprnews.org/story/2014/02/20/snowstorm February 21st, 2014 was a rough day for Minnesota, there was a lot of snow and it was very cold; school was canceled and a lot of employers told … Continue reading Winter Wonderland with Dr. Elisabeth Soep
At the heart of Digital Learning Day is quality teaching and learning from educators and students around the world. The day itself is really a celebration of the innovative lessons … Continue reading Digital Learning Day 2014