Blended Learning with a Technology Coach.

Here it is! My video presentation to persuade higher powers at my school the benefits of blended learning along with a technology coach. The creating of this video resulted in two casualties at my house. 20180403_194613My dog, Bogey, was obviously feeling neglected while I was waiting for the video to upload to YouTube. To spite me, he shredded three rolls of toilet paper and a $200 area rug. Darn snail’s pace Internet connection.




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