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21st Century Learning

Learn Like a Threenager

March 24, 2017

Lately, I’ve been hosting webinars and sharing #Booksnaps at Conferences, and hands-down the most frequently asked question is, “How do you get around the inappropriate emojis, bitmojis, content on the internet, etc.?” Or, “We ban emojis because some students used them inappropriately.”  My response is… read more »

#BookSnaps Here, #BookSnaps There, #BookSnaps EVERYWHERE!

January 21, 2017

Got #BookSnaps running out your ears? I do!  #BookSnaps are spreading across the nation, which makes my heart happy! From 5-year-olds to 80+year-olds, #BookSnaps are providing readers with an outlet to express their connections to text with a digital visual representation. You might ask, “Why would anyone want… read more »

Innovation is Contagious #IMMOOC

October 22, 2016

After reading Innovator’s Mindset this summer, a little spark of innovation began glowing brighter and brighter with each step I took outside of my comfort zone. It all started when I heard and met George Couros, and that’s when the development of the Innovator’s… read more »

#BookSnaps – Snapping for Learning

August 23, 2016

According to the cell phone data report, it is safe to say that the Snapchat app occupies a high percentage the Martin-bill usage. My fifteen-year-old makes certain of it! He’s steadily snapping pictures of his daily interactions and sharing them out with his buddies… read more »