Archive for January, 2016

Quiet Learning

Posted: 31st January 2016 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how adults learn best.  We are all aware of the trends and changes in how we teach and how we facilitate learning opportunities for students, and I think these are all very positive changes.  I love the different ways innovators are providing for students to think, create, collaborate, […]

Thinking About Maker Spaces

Posted: 16th January 2016 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

There is so much good stuff going on in education these days, isn’t there? I’m excited when I get to walk into a classroom or lurk a learning space through someone’s blog or tweets and see the innovative ways students are learning. One trend that I’ve been thinking about is the inclusion of maker spaces […]

What I Learned from a TV Cooking Competition

Posted: 3rd January 2016 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

Over the break, I got to spend some time with family relaxing and enjoying being lazy.  One of the lazy activities we engaged in is binge watching a television show I hadn’t seen before.  Finding a new (to us) show that is vacation-worthy and is appropriate and will interest two weary adults, three teenagers and […]

One Word 2016

Posted: 2nd January 2016 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

It is a new year.  Every educator knows that this comes halfway through the real year, but it is a good opportunity to stop, reflect and goal set anyway.  This week my twitter feed has been riddled with posts from other educators about their one word goals for the year; something they personally would like […]