Transforming Spaces… Teacher Work Room to MakerSpace 2.0

We have been very fortunate at Hall Fletcher to have a MakerSpace classroom and an administration that supports making for the past 2 years!  Most teachers would be ecstatic to have an entire classroom set aside as a MakerSpace.  Over the years though, I couldn't help but think that the entire classroom wasn't what was... Continue Reading →



On a Wednesday in August,  I sent an email to Katherine, Kenny, and Kimberly sharing my crazy idea about putting on an edcamp in Asheville.  Although I'm sure they thought I was crazy, they agreed to the idea of helping me bring edcamp to Asheville.  After a ton of work, emails, and texts that dream came... Continue Reading →

CUE 2017

I had the amazing opportunity to present with Kimberly Eggett at CUE in Palm Springs, CA this year.  This was the first time I had attended CUE and I was very excited since I have spent the past couple of years learning from the many twitter followers that were attending.  In the past I’ve used... Continue Reading →

Makey Beautiful Music

What can you do with a couple of Makey Makeys, music, 6 classes of 3rd graders, and 1 week? Create pianos, wind chimes, guitars, harps, dance mats, and a drum set of course! On Monday, January 17th, I made the drive to Greenville, SC before the sun came up.  While I drove, I had many... Continue Reading →

Technology Full Circle- TCEA Reflections

Typically I start a blog post from the beginning of an event to the end. This blog post, however, will start from the end and work backwards because the inspiration I received from an 82 year old woman is where my post will begin.

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