Jaime Donally is a passionate technology enthusiast. She began her career as a math teacher and later moved into Instructional Technology. Her passion to build relationships have brought about opportunities to collaborate with students and educators around the world. She provides staff development and training on trending technology topics. Her latest adventures include the startup of Global Maker Day, #ARVRinEDU and the Hoonuit Learning Ambassador Program.
As an educator, helping every student succeed often means admitting what you don’t know and learning right alongside your students. Here’s why, and an assortment of other great lessons we learned at ICE 2018.
How can teachers leverage new education technology to increase student success? We caught up with teacher librarian Katie McNamara to get the scoop on the new tools that are becoming ever more prevalent in school libraries.
If I had to explain the TCEA 2018 conference with one word, it would be whirlwind. From the time I left my house to drive to TCEA to the time I returned home, every minute was spent learning with incredible educators. I’m fortunate to be part of an enormous PLN (personal learning network) that collaborates on Twitter and Voxer. While the learning is intense at conferences, it doesn’t end there as we continue our conversations before and after the events.
Despite never being explicitly mentioned Every Student Succeeds Act, college and career readiness has enjoyed increased attention from state boards of education as a result of the federal government’s policy overhaul.