As part of a larger project to update and consolidate my professional presence online, I have moved my blog, Quisitivity, to this new location. You should be able to find all of the old content in essentially the same places, with added content from my portfolio and personal blogs. Enjoy!
Gifted education has been around for over a century. Researchers have studied what it means to be gifted, and what are the best methods for educating the gifted. It has been an uphill journey for many reasons. A great number of people believe that there is no need to provide gifted education, that it is elitist and […]
Tony Baldasaro recently asked several members of his PLN, including yours truly, to guest post at his blog, TransLeadership. I’m honored (and a bit frightened, to be honest) to be in the company of such blogging heavy hitters as Will Richardson, Sheryl-Nussbaum Beach, Pat Larkin, Rob Lyons, John Carver, Deron Durflinger, and Chris Lehmann. You can read […]
The second issue of the Teaching K-6 Blog Carnival has been posted at the Teaching Challenges blog. I’m honored to be included in this month’s edition, alongside many excellent articles focusing on using technology in elementary education. Thanks to Penny Ryder for her work in putting this together!
Today marks the launch of Quisitivity.org, a new site devoted to promoting differentiation strategies and technology tools for teaching the gifted. Articles will highlight interesting uses of technology in gifted education, tools and techniques for teachers and students that are especially well suited for the gifted, and other technology-related items that are of interest to anyone […]