School holidays are almost here and I can already hear the cries of thousands of children as they have nothing to do for two whole weeks - "I'm Bored"! In the past, when I've heard those dreaded words, I've become annoyed, muttered something about 'oh, wouldn't it be nice to be bored rather than cooking … Continue reading “I’m Bored!”
I love learning, finding new ways to do things and have always had an interest in the use of technology in the Music classroom. In 2017, I felt I needed to find some specific professional development in Music tech stuff - practical, easy to apply, and relevant training. And that's when I discovered the amazing MusicEdNet … Continue reading S.T.E.A.M. Powered
Expert on Podcast: "I get up at 5am, while the house is still quiet, and I have a green smoothie and my chai latte. Next, I write in my dream journal and then the spend half an hour doing meditation and yoga. I find it really sets me up for the day." Me: "Babe (aka … Continue reading Where Does The Time Go?
Check out my latest blog for a FREE "How-To Guide" to getting started on an amazing app - "Showbie". Increase engagement, cut down on photocopying and stop lugging books home to mark.
Candy Crush. It's totally addictive! I quit the game years ago, but now I'm back! I know all the tricks - how to get lives when you have run out, trick ways to get extra "boosters". I can't help myself and it is SO distracting and time wasting - and ADDICTIVE! I feel like a … Continue reading Inspiration, Engagement and the Great Disconnect
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qde5NMy7WTU There are times when you are just too busy and there is so much going on at home and work, that catching up with friends falls by the wayside. And next thing you know, you are running into them in the supermarket saying, "We really MUST catch up!". There are also times when you … Continue reading You’ve Got A Friend
In my latest post, I share 3 of my favourite picture books that inspire creativity and innovation in adults as well as children. After all, who said picture books were just for kids?