In April of 2009 I had a few ideas I wanted to share with the teachers I supported. I was learning about some great educational sites and wanted to pass along some links I came across. At about the same time one of my schools asked me to give a talk about free places for teachers to build webpages. I did a little research and found a a couple of services I liked. The next thing I knew, I was blogging on a regular basis.
In August of the same year I moved from Weebly to WordPress and bought a domain. I eventually connected to facebook and twitter and added pages and tagged my entries. My goal was always the same: helping teachers in the TIP project to find great resources on the web to use in the classroom.
Three years and 333 posts later, I am a few days away from starting a new position. I am going to be the Assistant Principal at Goldsmith Elementary School. Needless to say, maintaining Tablet Talk will not fit in to my daily routine in my new job.
I won’t be taking the site off-line, so feel free to use the content that is up here as long as it is current. But this is pretty much it for me. I have to say that I have enjoyed the interactions and the feedback from you guys, and I hope that you have found the posts to be helpful.
Thanks for reading, and see you folks around!
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