This podcast is a bit of a deviation from the normal format for GingerSnapz! It is in direct response to the attitude she's seen recently displayed by some in the edublogga'sphere.
This attitude...Show More
Listen in as Ginger reflects on the iConnect iLearn (un)conference that has been a catalyst in demonstrating how education should be, not only for students, but also professionals.
How many times...Show More
Today, in another in an apparently long series of rambles, I'm contemplating when and how we know when our students are truly thinking globally. The iConnectiLearn ning (http://iconnectilearn.ning.com...Show More
Tim Holt, based in El Paso Texas, has started a meme, asking what why we feel that educational technology is important for students.
I have responded in likely more than 500 words, but I would li...Show More
This podcast is from last October's KGTC Conference, closing keynote by Linda Geiger, Gifted Education Program Consultant for the Kansas State Department of Education, with an introduction by Judith L...Show More
This is an interview I held with Julie Rhodes last October at the annual conference of the Kansas Association for Gifted, Talented, and Creative. Julie and I took some of our Master's classes together...Show More
Ginger reflects on the creation, boom, and bust of small-town communities and how that may (or may not) relate to professional education communities.
This picture is not of Reading, KS, but it is ...Show More
Ginger reflects on her day of training and also past experiences with the Health Sciences Story Centered Curriculum from Socratic Arts.
Tammy Berman:...Show More
Today, Ginger's responding to Chris Lehmann's Practical Theory blog article called Teacher Learning, Student Learning and School 2.0. He asserts that we should not be relying on only techies to train...Show More