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Congratulations, Drs. Cox, Grundmeyer, Sauers, and Urich!

Congratulations, Drs. Cox, Grundmeyer, Sauers, and Urich!

It’s highly possible that my favorite thing about working in higher education is Commencement. I’m a sucker for the pomp and circumstance, the medieval regalia, the joyous singing of the alma mater, etc. So while graduation ceremonies can be quite long, the smiles on students’ and families’ faces are worth every second of sitting in...

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Friday fun: Ed reform caption contest

Friday fun: Ed reform caption contest

So I thought it might be fun to do a caption contest! I loved this image from my previous post so much I cleaned it up and made it editable. So let’s have some fun with new captions. The theme is educational policy and reform. What caption might go under each image? Submit your ideas...

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Thanks for a great run, Iowa

Some of you know that I’m headed back to higher education (after a 4-year hiatus to keep a promise to my daughter that she could finish high school here in Ames, Iowa). I will be an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Colorado Denver starting in August. We will miss Iowa tremendously...

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Featured at Forbes

Upcoming travel and events December 3-5 – International School of Amsterdam, The Netherlands February 3 – Virginia Is for Learners Innovation Network, TBD, VA February 25-26 – Missouri Educational Technology Leaders CTO Clinic, TBD, MO March 10-13 – Central & Eastern European Schools Association (CEESA) Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary June 8-9 – Roanoke County Public...

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Books I read in January 2020

Books I read in January 2020

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in January 2020… You Gotta Have Wa, Robert Whiting [baseball] The Apocalypse Troll, David Weber [sci fi] Lucifer’s Hammer, Larry Niven & Jerry Pournelle [sci fi] Building School 2.0: How to Create the Schools We Need, Chris Lehmann and Zac Chase [education] The Shadow of What Was Lost, James...

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Books I read in March 2020

Books I read in March 2020

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in March 2020… Personal and Authentic: Designing Learning Experiences That Impact a Lifetime, Tom Murray [education] Culturize, Jimmy Casas [education] Smart Baseball, Keith Law [baseball] A Plague of Giants, Kevin Hearne [fantasy] The Last Dance, Martin Shoemaker [sci fi] The Songs of Distant Earth, Arthur C. Clarke [sci fi]...

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Books I read in April 2020

Books I read in April 2020

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in April 2020… This is Marketing: You Can’t Be Seen Until You Learn to See, Seth Godin [marketing] What’s the Matter With Kansas? How Conservatives Won the Heart of America, Thomas Frank [politics] Masked Prey, John Sandford [thriller] Crashlander, Larry Niven [sci fi] Hexed, Kevin Hearne [fantasy] Hammered, Kevin...

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Books I read in May 2020

Books I read in May 2020

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in May 2020… New York 2140, Kim Stanley Robinson [sci fi] The Mysterious Affair at Styles, Agatha Christie [mystery] Staked, Kevin Hearne [fantasy] Oberon’s Meaty Mysteries, Kevin Hearne [fantasy] Besieged, Kevin Hearne [fantasy] Scourged, Kevin Hearne [fantasy] Three Slices, Delilah Dawson, Kevin Hearne, & Chuck Wendig [fantasy] Death &...

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Books I read in June 2020

Books I read in June 2020

July 1, 2020 by Scott McLeod 0 Comments Books I finished reading (or rereading) in June 2020… Hope you’re reading something fun too! No comments yet… Be the first to leave a reply!

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