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How is your Personal Web Presence?

Passion is an absolutely critical component of effective teaching and optimal learning.  As educator’s we have an obligation to help students discover and pursue their passions (see The Power of Passion), and hopefully, we bring a palpable energy to our work with students.  However, I’m not sure that is enough. I recently returned from the … Continue reading

What’s the point? Blogging and tweeting…my two cents.

Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success.  ~ Henry Ford The Edublog Award nominations are out, and with them, a flurry of blog posts and tweets making the social media universe aware that voting has begun, and addressing the pros/cons.  In the process of scanning some of these posts, … Continue reading

Blogging: 6 Reasons It’s Not Just for Adults

There have been no shortage of posts related to the reasons educators should blog. As my blog, Molehills out of Mountains, approaches its two-year anniversary, I have spent quite a bit of time considering how blogging has impacted my professional life. I believe that it is entirely reasonable to say that blogging, and the connections … Continue reading

Jeff Delp

Junior high principal by day, sports enthusiast, technology fanatic and jedi in my own mind. Striving to be a difference maker!