Category Archives: Daily Grind

It’s the daily grind, the activities that happen from day to day.

From lily pads to mouse pads: The legacy of James Burnham Bossidy

As I sit in traffic, waiting for the light to change, the numbness of the day washes over me and I begin to cry, again. The standard questio [...]

A Lesson in Life, Love, & Humility

The past nine months have brought about a great change in my life, and I’d like to think a great lesson in life, love, and humility. T [...]

Wyoming House Bill 233 (2017)

As an assistant professor of instructional technology at the University of Wyoming, Wyoming House Bill 233 directly impacts me and my stude [...]

Google for Education Certified Innovators

Google for Education announced yesterday that the former Google Certified Teacher program is now called Google for Education Certified Inno [...]

Bringing the maker movement to your classroom

I strongly believe in the power of application. When we can connect theory to practice, the possibilities are endless. Coming from an Agricu [...]

What is in a Rubric?

It would seem that yesterday’s Chronicle post on The Rise of the Helicopter Teacher has revealed a pervasive divide among academics. [...]

My First T&P Experience

When you’re a graduate student, the concept of tenure and promotion (T&P) seems so incredibly foreign. It’s something that y [...]

It’s kind of like that…

Earlier this week, I read an article from The Chronicle titled, “Running the Zombie Marathon.” Of course it was the title that d [...]

The Rewards of Teaching

When you accept the responsibility to be a teacher, there’s so much more that comes with that role than many realize. From the daily o [...]
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