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Bill Ferriter

December 14, 2016

Three Tips for Novice Bloggers

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Over the last several weeks, I've had the chance to connect with some really terrific teachers right here in my own county.  That's been a refreshing change of pace for me simply because the majority of people that I've connected with over the course of my time in social spaces have lived hundreds and thousands of miles away.  What I'm digging the most is that many of my newest peers are just beginning their blogging journeys.

As a guy who has "been there and done that," I've been offering tons of tips designed to help them find the same satisfaction that I do as a blogger.

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Bill Ferriter

December 3, 2016

Wonder = Joy. (And Joy Should be Shared!)

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Longtime Radical readers know that there are few people who have influenced my practice as much as Dean Shareski.  Dean has pushed my thinking around everything from the role that humor and humanity should play in our digital spaces to the role that students should play in assessing their own learning.  When I look back at the practices that I use in my classroom, I see elements inspired by Dean everywhere.

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Bill Ferriter

August 6, 2016

"There Will Always be an Overhead."

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Marcy Hannula -- a fantastic teacher and friend who has challenged my practice for the better part of a decade -- was cleaning out her professional library the other day when she stumbled across a chapter in a book on computers in the classroom.

The graphic below caught her eye because she knew it would rile me up.  See if you can figure out why it drives me completely crazy:

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Bill Ferriter

August 3, 2016

I'm Planning a Pokemon Go Rally for My Middle Schoolers

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I have a confession to make:  I spent the first two weeks of July rolling my eyes as I read article after article in my social stream about the "transformational power of Pokemon Go."  I had the app on my phone, I'd caught more than a few Pidgeys, and hit up more than a few Poke stops -- but to me, there was nothing truly transformational about it.  In fact, I was pretty sure that I'd delete the app before school even started.

But then I showed it to my seven year old daughter, and she was hooked!

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