Archive for March, 2014

30 Days of Positive

Posted: 25th March 2014 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

I am utterly, completely exhausted. This year (and it isn’t nearly close to being over, I realize that) has just worn me out. I’m not sure what it is…new job, new school, too many side jobs, increasing home demands, decreasing time for myself, never ending winter…probably a combination of all of these has contributed to […]

Dear Harry Connick Jr,

Posted: 22nd March 2014 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

Dear Harry Connick Jr, I’m not really in the habit of writing to celebrities, but I felt strangely compelled to write this to you today. I somehow think this probably isn’t a typical fan mail letter, though. Sorry about that. I’ve been watching this year’s season of American Idol and I am always really interested […]

The Selfie Era of Assessment

Posted: 20th March 2014 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

Driving home today I heard that most horrible song that is on the radio right now called Selfie (if you haven’t heard it, be grateful!). It is intended, I think, to be a satirical take in the self involved, tech focused stereotypical teenager. I’m not sure it really captures the era as well as it […]

Getting Uncomfortable

Posted: 19th March 2014 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

This is a tale of two experiences from today. Today I got to experience educator learning in a variety of ways and it got me thinking and reflecting. In a leadership meeting this morning, I saw a large group of accomplished, smart, experienced administrators get uncomfortable. We were being asked to do something that would […]

Learning Together

Posted: 5th March 2014 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

I really enjoyed watching sci fi movies and shows when I was a kid, especially Star Trek and the Jetsons. It’s funny now to see how many of the “futuristic” fictions we saw on those are actually real now. People carrying around hand held computers for communication and information sharing; medical diagnosis and treatments using […]