I'm not sure about you, but my inbox is flooded almost on a daily basis with new ideas for content delivery, new ways to build our students’ academic vocabulary or new engagement activities. These are wonderful to receive, but to find the time to actually implement these can sometimes be overwhelming. And while I truly believe you, the professional educator, have a desire to continually polish your trade, keeping up with fast-changing pedagogical landscape can be exhausting.
Knowing and experiencing this, the Teaching & Learning team has worked this past month to expand OPSRC Pinterest boards with current topics you can hopefully use tomorrow in your classes. The Pinterest page, which has 20 boards, is organized to help you get maximum use with minimum effort. At the same time, it allows us the capability to share resources more quickly and efficiently.
House Bill 1023 of the Oklahoma Legislature's 2nd Extraordinary Session gives us several considerations to take into account in the early preparation of budgets. The biggest consideration will be working within the currently passed law.
Anyone can eat an elephant… one bite at a time! One of my mentor teachers told me this early in my career, and it is a mantra I use in just about every facet of my life but more often than not in an educational setting.
Last year Google made an announcement about a new product...
This week, the Tulsa World revealed that the Oklahoma Workers Compensation Commission met secretly with an information technology vendor and held at least four executive sessions to discuss budgetary and general personnel matters.