CUE Rock Star + Office 365 = Massive Creativity!

Thanks so much for joining us at “CUE Rock Star + Office 365 = Massive Creativity!” at #CUE17! We covered a wide variety of Office 365 products: Microsoft Sway Microsoft … Continue Reading →


CUE365 Rock Star @ CUE17!

Thank you for joining Teacher Geek is Chic at #CUE17 at one of the three first-ever CUE365 Rock Star sessions! Here is a PDF of the CUE365 Rock Star Poster … Continue Reading →


Liberating Genius at CTA Good Teaching Conference North 2017

Thank you for joining me for my Bonus Session at The California Teachers Association Good Teaching Conference North 2017 on Liberating Genius! Click on the picture of the CTA Educator┬ástory┬áto … Continue Reading →


Teacher Geek is Chic: Uncommon Creativity at CTA North 2017!

Here are my resources for Teacher Geek is Chic: Uncommon Creativity – my second session at the California Teachers Association Good Teaching Conference North 2017! If you have any questions … Continue Reading →


SJCOE Tech Conference 2016: Teacher Geek is Chic with FREE Microsoft tools!

Thank you for joining my session on FREE Microsoft tools at the San Joaquin County Office of Education’s 2016 Tech Conference! Here are the resources promised and more! Remember, the … Continue Reading →


Connecting, Communicating & Collaborating Globally at #BLC16

If you attended #BLC16, hosted by Alan November every year in Boston, MA, you enjoyed a plethora of amazing sessions and keynote speakers as well as some engaging BreakoutEDU sessions! … Continue Reading →


Teacher Geek was Uncommonly Chic at ETC!2016

What an amazing conference with an incredible number of highly motivated educators! Thank you to all of you who attended “Teacher Geek is Chic! – Uncommon Creativity!” Whether you were … Continue Reading →


Teacher Geek is Chic! – Uncommon Creativity at Delta Service Spring Conference 2016!

Thank you to everyone who filled our room at the Stockton Hilton Thursday night (February 4th) for to see “Teacher Geek is Chic! – Uncommon Creativity!” We examined many ways … Continue Reading →