Sustenance or swish?

Part II of the #IBDP Language and Literature course has long held a special spot in my heart. Just yesterday I was delighted to come across this amazing new feature via the NY Times, a monthly feature challenging our graph/media-literacy. Now, more than ever before, an awareness of the media’s power and an ability to […]

Look What PD Made You Do

Networked flickr photo by nrg_crisis shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC) license Why invest time in portfolios? As we continue to explore portfolios/reflection as a part of our strategic plan this year, we are bound to come back to the question above again and again.  A healthy, meaningful network of portfolios relies heavily on time–the […]

Flipboard is an IBDP teacher’s BFF

Looking to extend your students (your self and colleagues) collaboratively this year? Flipboard is a great tool for that. Step One: Start your free account with Flipboard Step Two: Consider adding an author to curate with you Adding contributors to your magazine can create a new dynamic for you on Flipboard. Another person’s perspective can […]

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