The Fine Line Between Painful Tradition and Transformational Vintage

This post originally appeared on Medium. Blimage: The Fine Line Between Painful Tradition and Transformational Vintage Weathered school desks etched with initials and expletives, nicknames and tally marks, these may well be the hallmarks of traditional education. After all, these Continue reading The Fine Line Between Painful Tradition and Transformational Vintage

Four Ways Dressing Well Adds Value to the Classroom

I like clothes.  A lot. It might be because my wife dresses remarkably well.  It might be because I love film and theater and comic books and have been surrounded by costumes forever.  It might be because I was the Continue reading Four Ways Dressing Well Adds Value to the Classroom

Three Inspiring Comics from Zen Pencils to Get Students Thinking Big

I’m a comic book geek, nerd, aficionado, reader, hoarder, what have you.  Yes, I like superhero and tights and truth and justice.  I can identify most every visual reference The Big Bang Theory offers and I salivated at the display Continue reading Three Inspiring Comics from Zen Pencils to Get Students Thinking Big

Three Ice Shattering Improv Games for Opening Week of Anything

Oh ice breakers, you are more than just a gum that doesn’t seem to hold its flavor particularly well for me — but hey, who am I to judge?  Ice breakers, you are the cornerstone of every good lesson plan Continue reading Three Ice Shattering Improv Games for Opening Week of Anything