Posted by Stacey Roshan

AIMS Teachers Retreat + My Presentation Resources #Flipclass: Making it More than Just a Video @aimsmddc @dsbill4 @NoTosh @Zaption @EDpuzzle @TechSmithEDU @OfficeMixTeam

I have had the privilege of working with AIMS this year in planning the 2015 AIMS Teachers Retreat. I am super excited that I was able to get David Bill out as one of our keynotes! He works with Notosh, “a world-leading disruptive technology, learning & design thinking consultancy.” Self-described as a teacher, coach, and administrator turned designer, … Continue reading

#TMLI14 Session 4: Enhancing Teaching & Learning through an Infusion of Technology Tools @IndependentEdu @jsvoorhees

Today was session 4 in Independent Education’s Teacher-Mentor Leadership Institute which I have the opportunity to participate in this year. This was our final meeting. Each time, mentors and mentees have met for the full day. Today’s session was focused on: A Game Plan for Implementing Technology With Confidence, The Intentionality of Teacher-Leadership, and then wrapped up … Continue reading

AP Calculus Exam Prep – Using @SocraticOrg to Promote Thoroughly Constructed Answers to Past Free Response Questions #mathchat

We are formally in crunch mode as we prepare for the AP Calculus AB exam. So again, we turned to Socratic to post well constructed solutions to 2013 AP Calculus Free Response questions. This time around, we were able to achieve my final goal – students revised their classmates posts – and then did a final reflection. The … Continue reading

Highlights from Closing Keynote for @BullisSchool Beyond the Books program – “Living Loud” w/ @justinbachman3

From Justin’s journey, #HonorGoodDeeds was born: @justinbachman3 #EmbraceYourDifferences — Stacey Roshan (@buddyxo) March 3, 2015 Day that changed @justinbachman3 = being disqual from cross-country meet b/c of Tourette’s. His teammates stood up to defend him #notalone — Stacey Roshan (@buddyxo) March 3, 2015 Tolerance fair in DC, 4/26/15: via @justinbachman3 #LiveLoud #CelebrateDifferences — … Continue reading