How Laurel School, an all girls school, in Ohio is teaching girls to deal with stress — Quartz at Work
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Using my portfolio for digital leadership I decided to make the investment in myself. An eportfolio is a expose of your ideals and with this comes the resposibility to create content that can be peculiar enough to be outstanding among all the noise. Now that I have an eportfolio I feel like a leader of […]
Looking at other’s work is truly beneficial because you get a chance to get inspired and motivated to go public which has been tedious for me. Kelly Trupe offers a great introduction to herself and she has extensive content and valuable resources. I like in particular how she has made a variety of sections on […]
Ownership I think ownership is subjective to the eye of the beholder. ePortfolios that show ownership, voice and agency may not fully project an idea. For example, a person may explain but it may not be enough to fully understand to concept because it may be abstract or maybe not even on point. Maybe it’s […]
To ePortfolio or not to ePortfolio, that shouldn’t be the question. I admire how Harapnuik, Thibodeaux, and Cummings embrace an ever-changing future and how “you need to help them learn how to learn and prepare them to be adaptable, flexible, and innovative”, which is indicative of the need for a product as unique as an […]
When thinking about my past leadership I think about my first years teaching and installing my Moodle and having 5th graders and middle schoolers open up my courses’ content online. I was the only one doing that about 9 years ago! Presently I lead district wide initiatives and just last week we started using PowerSchool […]