Edyoga – open source

Edyoga – open source

I keep a stack of post-its on my night table. What teacher doesn’t… right? Often, I will get ideas in the middle of the night that rattle me out of sleep. The ideas sometimes are so random in nature that when I look at the scratches with my full attention...
Edyoga – stretched

Edyoga – stretched

Sigh. I pursue my next pedagogical iteration with gusto, every day. Modern Learning? I’m in! Connected with a Twitter PLN? Fershur. Teacher Blog? TEDEd…bring it on! EdTech presentation? Build a digital PLN? Here you go! U betcha! There is something...
Edyoga – iFlow

Edyoga – iFlow

Achieving ‘Flow‘ means a lot to me. And I can admit that my mono-tasking, hyper focus on it’s pursuit, drives me to distraction at times. I can’t help it. At nearly every turn I am aware of my movement in space, my thoughts in my mind, the...
Edyoga – being iterate

Edyoga – being iterate

I have watched my kids’ immersion in creation and design for some time now. Maddie 8 and Jake 6 exist in a state of creative evolution that is breathtaking. When I am caught in their ‘Flow,’ I get lost.The most striking thing about their process is...
Edyoga – u r wlcm

Edyoga – u r wlcm

The language of education is complex. I often forget the constancy of codified, jargonized, technical, and acronym-ical terms we use each day. We deal in it fast and loose. The common tongue can unify in most cases. But what about the moments of dislocation? How do we...