This page will hold some of my current school work, professional development, and personal and professional artifacts.

My Digital Reflection shares some personal insight on where I started, where I am right now, and where I am striving to get within my professional journey utilizing technology in the classroom and beyond.

This Digital Tool was used to help me accurately determine where each of my students were in relation to the material that we were covering, while keeping them engaged and excited about an activity that is out of the ordinary.                                                          — If you would like to read more about the lesson plan I incorporated this tool with, check out my lesson plan here.

My Learning Manifesto challenged me to dig deep within myself to analyze what type of teaching philosophy I follow, and exactly how it relates to me and my classroom.

Learning Networks help teachers from across the world collaborate, share ideas, and learn from one another.  This blog gives a few ideas on how and why learning networks are beneficial, and different ways they can be used.