Monthly Archives: May 2012

How I Found a Job: Episode 4 ~ Tales from the Road

While applying for a teaching job a few years ago, I posted a few notes on Facebook about the experience. I wrote them in an attempt to keep my sanity and sense of humor while facing a series of setbacks. … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Michael K. Milton ~ @42ThinkDeep:
Edit: I have transitioned this to using todaysmeet.com rather than Twitter. The activity works the same,┬ábut we are in a walled garden that is much easier to set up than Twitter is. In…

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How I Found a Job: Epsode 3 ~ Advice from Mom

While applying for a teaching job a few years ago, I posted a few notes on Facebook about the experience. I wrote them in an attempt to keep my sanity and sense of humor while facing a series of setbacks. … Continue reading

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How I Found a Job: Episode 2 “A Highly Qualified Applicant”

While applying for a teaching job a few years ago, I posted a few notes on Facebook about the experience. I wrote them in an attempt to keep my sanity and sense of humor while facing a series of setbacks. … Continue reading

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#MaycombProbs: Building Community Through Twitter

Last Friday morning, my department head Ben Lally sent out the following tweet (Note: I could not find the original so here is my retweet). RT @MisterLally: When you want to leave gum & toys for the neighborhood kids, but … Continue reading

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How I Found a Job: Episode 1 ~ Unhumble Beginnings

While applying for a teaching job a few years ago, I posted a few notes on Facebook about the experience. I wrote them in an attempt to keep my sanity and sense of humor while facing a series of setbacks. … Continue reading

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Call to Action! Social Media in the Classroom

Friends, Romans, PLN, lend me your ears/eyes! On Saturday, Andy Marcinek and I led a discussion on the use of Social Media in the Classroom at EdCamp Boston. Andy masterfully worked the room giving reasons and examples as to why … Continue reading

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