I have been working in educational technology for a long time. I was a teacher who discovered the magic of using technology, and so please know my stance is not political -- unless you think only in red and blue.Read More.
I have always loved books, and love reading. When I was a child, I told my mother I was born reading, but she just laughed.Read More.
As minority teachers from all over the United States, a number of us informally worked to promote digital equity for years and years, organizing with the help and the influence of Jennelle Leonard of the U.S. Department of Education, who served as a mentor for us.Read More.
I recently participated in the Airspace Systems Education Cohort at the NASA Ames Research Center, in Mountain View, California.Read More.
A month after the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC), I've finally found the time to go through my notes and unpack the many handouts and freebies I picked up. It brought back so many memories.Read More.
It may be that the study of geography starts as a personal path. My personal geographic journeys started in the pages of National Geographic. I would read the articles over and over and dream about going to the various countries.Read More.