Starting this fall I’ll be writing for a local media company about education reform, and I’ll be working on systems for engaging the community in helping to galvanize said reforms.
I will still be posting effervescently here at ThThTh, and teaching, and supporting BlueHarvest (BH-III hits in mid August), and having a second baby! Yay!
For now, I’m just blogging my little head off over at Iowa Transform Ed. Check out this article on spontaneous project-based learning over the summer, starring: my two nieces, some bats, and some Processing code.
Hello! I teach physics, calculus, object-oriented programming, and gastronomy at a rural Iowa high school.
I write for Edutopia, which is as close to George Lucas as the restraining order will let me get.
I love curing bacon, the Oxford comma, and getting students into the narrative arc of a lesson. I hate traditional grading, non-sparkling water, and being boring. [Warning, my proof reader is paid a teacher's salary]
I feel a little silly putting this here, but I've been asked about reproducing this blog's material more than once, so here's the copyright info: United States fair usage applies. An email would be nice for anything using more than a few paragraphs.