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Welcome to my blog

This being the first post to my educational blog, I just wanted to share a few ideas I have for this blog... but I am in no way certain where this might take me.

I am interested mostly in connecting, collaborating, and communicating with other educators. I hope to share my resources as well as my successes and not-so-much successes that I encounter as a teacher.

I believe that technology has a great impact in our classrooms and in our students' lives, and my hope is that this blog can support and encourage me as a teacher, educating myself on the wisdom of the greats before me.


  1. Wonderful start to your blog. Love the design and ease of use factor. I look forward to reading more from you.


    Joe Bruzzese

  2. Love the set up of your blog! I'm going to have to work on mine!

  3. Love what you have started, I looked at your "school" blog and I am inspired!


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