- brain-based strategies to improve learning, memory and executive skills
- How stress, sleep, exercise and obesity affect brains, learning, and test scores
- Neuromyths and ways neuroscience can improve teaching and achievement
- Rethinking learning, multilingual, reading and math teaching and treatment
- The effects of unhealthy brain and school-family environments on learning
- Strategies to help struggling students, math learners and multilingual children
- The role of environment in early education, temperament and creativity
AND, in terms of geeking it up in the future, splatypus, my awesome co-teacher, and I are leading a conversation at EduCon 2.3 this January in Philly about using Google Docs as a collaboration tool. I've never gone to EduCon in person before, I've always just attended virtually, getting up early on a weekend morning to hover over my computer in my pjs to follow the conversation. Needless to say this time I'm psyched to be attending in person (although I will miss contemplating the greater meaning of education in my pjs.)
This Tuesday I'm hoping to attend a Global Summit on using technology with people with disabilities in downtown DC. Although I am also really excited about this opportunity, much of me being able to take off work will depend on PJ. And so, I'll keep my fingers crossed, but I wont be holding my breath.
I too am looking forward to reading your blog.
Everything from imaginary friend robots to this geeky enriched summary:)
Oh wow! I am hoping you will be sharing with us! Have a wonderfully stimulating time.
Mrs. Lipstick, you are incredible. I soooo look forward to reading your blog! I will keep my fingers crossed that PJ's behavior will allow you to attend the Global Summit on Technology. I will also be interested in your posts from the Boston conference. Please keep us informed if you gain any insight from the "experts" on how teachers can help our primary students better manage their impulsivity and lack of self monitoring. This issue is presently driving me a little crazy!! AND everytime I read your post, I smile because you remind me that there are many, many moments while working with young children that are just PRICELESS! Really???? an imaginary robot friend!!!!! LOL --GR
I absolutely LOVE your idea of using Google docs! I've read your post and splatypus' posts on the topic. Is there any way for you to provide a screenshot or something for me to see exactly what types of things you are writing down? As well, since I live in Canada and won't be able to travel to Philly for the EduCon, I was wondering if you would be able to email a copy of your conference handout? Thank you so much for all of your wonderful ideas!
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