“Creating a 21st Century Classroom” with TiltShiftEd


Week of September 14, 2015

This Week’s Program: “Creating a 21st Century Classroom”
Presenter: Mark Dohn of TiltShiftEd
Program Summary: This week’s program is by Mark Dohn, founder of TiltShiftEd, takes a look at how, by using a combination of technology tools and a flexible environment, students can begin to learn and share on a new and personalized level.

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Are you new? Welcome to our meeting! We’re excited to have you here. Our meetings are released every Monday at 12:01 AM Pacific Time. These meetings are designed so that you can read and participate them anytime during the week at your own leisure. The entire meeting takes about 35 minutes to complete, with the week’s program video recording being the bulk of the time. You will probably notice by now that you can easily read this meeting with your favorite device. Feel free to take our meeting on the go with you — read it while on public transit, waiting in line for coffee, or even at the park if you’d like! Make sure to complete the attendance form at the bottom and leave a comment. Enjoy!

mittychang_circleThe President-elect’s Message

Hello Rotarians and guests! Welcome to this week’s meeting of the Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley! Every week our meeting features ideas and messages that are carefully curated to educate and inspire you, our audience.

My name is Mitty Chang (that’s me in that End Polio Now photo!), and I am stepping in for President Rushton during this week’s meeting. Whether you are a member of this club, a Rotarian from another club, or a guest, we are thrilled to have you at our meeting this week! As a Rotary eClub, we bring together community and business leaders from around the world to take action in their local communities through humanitarian service. Most of our members are based in the Silicon Valley near or in the San Francisco bay area. We also have members abroad from Canada to South Africa, who while don’t live in the Silicon Valley, have interests or ties directly to the Silicon Valley.

As the webmaster and president-elect of this club, I am charged with many of the updates and the initiatives moving forward for this eClub. We are always looking for constructive criticisms, and new partnership opportunities. Feel free to leave a message in the DISQUS section at the bottom of this page with these comments or critiques, or feel free to email them to [email protected] We are constantly improving our website and how our meetings are run. Those of you who are members or those of you who have been to our website before will probably notice that a few changes have already happened. Most notably, the meeting pages have been restyled to help improve readability on desktop screens, and the homepage has been given a facelift to make it more relevant. More exciting initiatives and changes are coming soon! Keep checking back.

For our eClub members: The leadership team is hard at work to provide you all with some exciting member benefits that will be coming out in the very near future. In addition to improving the website, we are also working to create more in-person socials and online socials on a regular schedule to provide more of you with the opportunity to connect with your fellow eClub Rotarians. Make sure to mark your calendars for the upcoming dates in the Upcoming Events section of this meeting.

Rotarian guests: We ask that you consider contributing whatever for you is the regular cost of a Rotary meal to the efforts of our club. The money we collect helps power the amazing projects that our club works on. Please choose one of the options below:

Note: To pay via Google Wallet or PayPal, you’ll need to log in to your account with those companies.

Those of you who prefer a more traditional approach can mail a check made out to the Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley to our treasurer: Allen Thompson, 13500 Cascade Ct., Bakersfield CA 93314.

Non-Rotarian guests: Thank you for being here! You are certainly welcome to help us out, too! Even a small amount can help us make something good happen for someone in need through the service projects and leadership opportunities our club provides to both local communities in the Silicon Valley, as well as to communities abroad through the network of Rotary.

Thank you for joining us, and enjoy the meeting! (Keep reading below!)

Yours in service,

Mitty Chang, President-elect
Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley


The Power of Images

We believe that there is power in imagery, and that great photos can inspire in its own unique way. Every week we feature a powerful photo to inspire you.

Meet Werfel.


This photograph entitled “Werfel’s first pair of new shoes”, appeared in the 1946 issue of Life magazine. In this photograph, Werfel, a six-year-old Austrian orphan, had just received his first new pair of shoes as part of the post-war relief effort of the American Red Cross.

Can you think of a time when you have given back through doing community service or even donating a pair of shoes, and seeing the positive impact of your actions? Warm fuzzies are absolutely priceless.


The Tid Bit

Every week, we feature a new tech tid bit or life hack to make your life more convenient. This week’s tid bit is on UberConference, a free service to host conference calls both online and dial-in by phone. Take your next work meeting digitally or by phone!

This week’s Tech Tid Bit features UberConference. UberConference provides free conference calling both online and dial in by phone. Features include call recording, personalized phone numbers, both computer & dial-in options, and Google Hangouts integration. What we particularly like about UberConference is that there is no software or plugins to be downloaded. Whether or not you run or join a conference call by computer, tablet, or phone, there’s no extra software needed! We also like that it’s free for up to 10 callers, and that the paid version is pretty inexpensive as well.

Here’s a quick look at the sign up process, and starting a conference call:



A Moment of Inspiration

Every week we share an inspiring video because we believe everyone needs a juice box full of inspiration at least once a week. This week’s moment of inspiration is a clip from the 2006 film, The Pursuit of Happyness. It’s about protecting your dreams.

In this clip, single-father Chris Gardner (played by Will Smith) is telling his young son (Jaden Smith) that if you want something, you go get it. Period.

Remember to protect your dreams.



A Little Humor

We feature a little bit of humor every week because we believe laughter is sometimes the best medicine, and we just want to brighten your day!

This week’s joke is Star Wars themed, and comes from flying_dutchmaster on Reddit.

Why was Star Wars shot Episodes 4, 5, 6, then 1, 2, 3?

… Because in charge of directing, Yoda was.


Events & Projects

What We Do: Upcoming Events

This section of our meeting is where you learn about events and projects our club has coming up. We welcome guests to all of our events and service projects listed here.

Ongoing service opportunity! Donate school supplies for Buchser Middle School in Santa Clara!

Ongoing service opportunity! Donate school supplies for Buchser Middle School in Santa Clara!

School Supplies Drive for Buchser Middle School in Santa Clara:

Last week we started our effort to help member Heather Shaw and her team gather school supplies for teachers and needy students at Buchser Middle School in Santa Clara. There are several ways you can help, and we’ll be passing out plenty of kudos to those who do two or all three!

1) Drop by Nova Chiropractic on Saturday, October 3rd, and drop off a ream of paper, or a set of white board markers, or something similar (see below). There will be plenty of fun for all (with extras for those who bring a donation) – ice cream, chair massages, backpack safety demos, prize wheels, nutritional testing, blood sugar screenings (before the ice cream, of course) and raffle drawings with prizes donated by local businesses (thanks to ideas from our members and guests from the program Heather did!).

2) Donate to the cause. The money raised will allow the school to purchase needed materials not gathered through physical donations. Use the secure Happy Dollars form below, or send a check to Treasurer Allen using the info above – either way, let us know in the comments what the donation is for.

3) Reach out to your contacts via email, social media, and phone to get them to do one or both of the two items above.

Here’s the list of items the school is hoping for: white copy paper, glue sticks, dry erase markers, pens/pencils, binder paper, dry erase boards, calculators, colored pencils, construction paper, small scissors, Kleenex, composition notebooks, index cards, highlighters, electric pencil sharpener, sharpies, paper towels, disinfectant cleaning wipes, graph paper, art supplies, 5-subject notebooks

This is our fall local service shindig, so let’s get everyone on board to make it happen!


Coastal Cleanup Service on September 19:

The annual Coastal Cleanup Day put on by the Creek Connections Action Group is on Saturday, September 19th, at sites across the Bay Area. “Volunteers are encouraged to wear long pants, sturdy shoes, gloves and sunscreen. Please bring your own pick-up sticks and water bottle. All youth under 18 need supervision and transportation to get to cleanup sites.”

Learn more about specific locations at their website.

Thanks to member Art Taylor for this service suggestion!



Some of the beers from Das Brew! Save the date for our social on September 27th!

Beer, Beer, & Beer Social on Sunday, September 27 at Das Brew in Fremont:

Our Rotary eClub is hosting its September in-person social at JP Das Brew Beer Tasting Room in Fremont on Sunday, September 27 from 2 PM to 6 PM. Come join us for live acoustic music, great beer brewed on-site, and some small bites! Guests are welcome! You are also welcome to bring +1s, +2s, + however many! Just leave us a comment in DISQUS at the bottom of this page to let us know if you’re interested so we can get a headcount.

JP Das Brew is located at 44356 S Grimmer Blvd Fremont, CA 94538, right off the Automall Parkway exit for I-880. You can find out more about them through their Yelp page and their website. See you there on the 27th!


Rocktoberfest Service on October 17 :

If the Coastal Cleanup Day doesn’t work for you, or if you just want to be awesome and do more service: You can support the Children’s Health Council via their gig on Saturday, October 17th. You and your close buddies can go to Woodside for the annual Rocktoberfest, which includes, as they put it, “great beer, wine, food and dancing to the amazing sounds of PopRocks.”

They’ll need a number of volunteers, so if you want to help make it happen, here’s the set-o-needs:

EVENT SET-UP: Saturday, October 17th from 10:00am-2:00pm

Set-up volunteers will assist with preparing for the event, including: decorating, hanging signage, setting up party rentals, marking parking areas and doing whatever it takes to get the arena ready for the evening.

EVENT: Saturday, October 17th from 5:00-10:30pm

General volunteers will be assigned to any of the following areas: registration/check-in, food or beverage service, VIP lounge area, raffle ticket sales, silent auction, fund-a-need or wherever there is need.

EVENT CLEAN-UP: Sunday, October 18th from 9:00-11:00am

Clean-up volunteers will assist with cleaning up the outdoor covered arena after the event, including: taking down decorations/signage, breaking down party rentals, trash disposal/recycling, and doing whatever it takes to get the area cleaned up.

Things to know about volunteering:

* Must be 21 years or older
* Need to be able to stay for the entire duration of shift
* Volunteers assignments may require standing or walking/moving around
* Venue is outdoors at an equine facilitated therapy center
* Breakfast, lunch or dinner (depending on shift) will be served to volunteers prior to shift

For all questions, more information or to sign up to volunteer contact Sydnee Brooks at [email protected] or 650.617.3818.

Find out more at the Children’s Health Council and this cool gig at their website.

Thanks to member Art Taylor for this service suggestion!


Join us October 25th for San Mateo Rotary's Annual 5K/10K Fun Run!

Join us October 25th for San Mateo Rotary’s Annual 5K/10K Fun Run!

San Mateo Rotary’s Annual 5K Fun Run on October 25:

The Rotary Club of San Mateo is hosting their annual 5K/10k Fun Run on Sunday, October 25, 2015 at Seal Point Park (1901 J Hart Clinton Dr, San Mateo, CA  94401). A few of our club members are planning on participating. Anyone else interested in participating, please comment in the DISQUS section, and we can plan on meeting up at the Fun Run, and afterwards for lunch. All proceeds benefit a local scholarship for at-risk kids. Registration includes a t-shirt.

You can register for the 5k/10k Fun Run via their Active.com page here.


More Socials Soon!

Look forward to more socials coming up for October and November dates! If you have any suggestions for socials in the Silicon Valley / Bay Area, please leave us a comment in the Disqus section at the end of this meeting.

The World of Rotary

We are part of the Rotary International family with over 1.2 million members in over 180 countries in the world. Rotary’s reach is global. Here are some Rotary initiatives and events we think we should know about.

Polio Immunization and West Africa Project Fair

It appears a group of Rotarians will be going to West Africa in November both to participate in an immunization effort and to attend a project fair put together by Rotarians from fifteen countries in that region. Click here for the full tour info shared by the company organizing this excursion.

Rotary’s Immunization Efforts in Nepal

Sujan Pradhan of the Rotary Club of Kakarvitta, Jhapa, Nepal, tells about members of his club hitting the road in June to inspect immunization booths on the border of Nepal and India. Read about it in the Rotary Blog, which has this and many more stories of Rotarians doing good in the world.

Rotary Peace Conference in January 15-16, 2016 in Ontario, California

The Rotary World Peace Conference 2016 will be a chance to learn from expert leaders in conflict prevention and resolution, become inspired and leave with immediate action plans to implement in your communities. This event is open to all members of the public to attend, and is organized by Rotary. For list of speakers, topics, and pricing, please visit www.peaceconference2016.org. We strongly encourage members who are available to attend this conference! If you are interested in going, leave a comment in the DISQUS section.

Annual Rotary International Convention in Seoul, South Korea

It isn’t too early to begin thinking about next summer’s Rotary International Convention in Seoul, South Korea. The RI Convention is a chance to experience how amazingly international our organization is, and to be inspired by the good being done around the world. Next year’s gathering will be May 28th-June 1st, and you can learn more at the convention website.

Service Survey

It’s that time when we celebrate what our members have been up to on the service front! If you’re one of the several folks in our club who has yet to report something in the survey, let this be the encouragement to make it happen!

Over the last month, Heather Shaw contacted businesses for support in preparation for the school supplies drive, François Tessier worked on logistics for his humanitarian project in Sri Lanka (the Ayubowan Project), Martin Fox mentored young entrepreneurs, Rushton Hurley mentored teachers, Hardeep Singh joined other Rotary and Rotaract Clubs in District 5320 to clean up 600+ pounds of trash in the Newport Back Bay in Orange County (while kayaking!), and Paul Mosso is the Chair of the Rotary Liaison Committee for the Rotaractors and helps mentor the Rotaract District Committee.

We know more of you did great things, but didn’t put it in the survey! You can fix that by filling out the Service Survey now. Good on ya!


Happy Dollars

Every week we offer the opportunity for guests and members to express their gratitude for something good that has happened to them this past week. Think of this like a digital karma jar.

You can donate any amount of your choice, and all proceeds go towards future projects that help better our local and our international communities. In exchange, your comment will be posted at next week’s meeting for everyone to see.

Here are the messages from the Happy Dollars contributors from last week:

Member Linda Tangren ($20):

“Please use for our clubs school supply drive. Thx”

Member Gene Tognetti ($10):


Member Martin Fox ($20):

“Feeling full of gratitude for my amazing clients/friends who are unleashing purpose-driven revolutions around the planet – improving millions of lives and having epic fun and adventure along the way. So blessed to serve them.”

Member Yvonne Kwan ($20):

“For Heather’s school supply drive — I won’t be able to make it out on the 3rd, but I want to say how awesome it is that you do this each year!”


And here is your opportunity to talk about something good that has happened to you recently:

Fill out my online form.



Selected Comments from Last Week

Every week our members and guests are introduced to some fascinating person helping make something cool happen in his or her community. Our programs are a point of pride for us, as we can reach around the world to find inspiring stories to share.

Given our online format, we can also share our thoughts about what we read and watch. After the program below, the meeting ends with your opportunity to leave an impression, a compliment, an idea, or whatever you wish. We look forward to what you have to say, so make sure not to turn and walk away silently!

Here are 5 selected comments from last week’s meeting:

This is absolutely amazing work, Stefan! Innovate the Cape is a prime example of empowering youth and cultivating innovative thinking in them — so inspirational! I also love the fact that you’re striving to involve more girls at a young age. Keep up the awesome work!” -Yvonne Kwan, club member

Wow. Seven years ago as I sat in Israel speaking to a friend in Hawaii via Skype. (he was using just his phone – no Wifi!) We discussed how the future of education was giving students the tools to connect and solve the challenges that exist in their world. To see that beginning to happen is phenomenal. I wonder how we move this from the fringe into educational system to remove what Stefan calls that “rote learning” model and the challenges of sharing their program.” -Mark Dohn, club member

Stefan, I’m inspired by what you, Grant and Emma are doing in Innovate the Cape. As a teacher I see some key elements of your organization’s approach. You off encouragement and ongoing support; foster the development of intrinsically motivating projects, due to the local nature; and provide young people with an outlet to experience success. You mentioned that when you failed in an initial attempt to promote the organization, you took that failure and found a formula for success. This kind of thing is inspiring for young people, as they can see that failure is often part of the journey to success. That you also mention getting girls and young women involved is great. I teach at a girls’ school and empowerment of young women is crucial to social progress and economic development. Wonderful and inspiring work!” -Nathan Gildart, guest

Stefan, what an inspired effort! I applaud what you and your group are doing. I think you’re right on track gaining trust with students at a grass roots level to spread the good word of Innovate South Africa. Keith, great image of Denali! I had the good fortune of visiting the park many years back. Amazingly, my family and I saw the mountain on a cloud-free day, which I understand is rare. It was truly inspiring!” -Gene Tognetti, club member

Amazing work Stefan – simply amazing. The work you and your organization are doing is game changing on so many levels of sustainable economic development. You nailed it 🙂 Keith, your Denali photo took my breath away (your photos frequently do.) And thanks for the birthday wishes – my family followed closely after the 1620’s crew and helped found what is now Cambridge and Boston. Pioneering and Game Changing runs in the blood of the Fox family and the Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley. It’s great to be in this tribe with all of you. 🙂” -Martin Fox, club officer


markdohnThis Week’s Program: “Creating a 21st Century Classroom” with TiltShiftEd

This week’s speaker is one of our own, Mark Dohn of TiltShiftEd. He continues our back-to-school set of programs this month by introducing “Creating A 21st Century Classroom” this way:

Technology today has the ability to put answers to virtually anything at our fingertips in seconds. If finding the answers to questions is no longer necessary in school, what needs to change in education? How will we learn? How will we share? This presentation will look a how, by using a combination of technology tools and a flexible environment students can begin to learn and share on a new and personalized level.

Mark Dohn is the founder of TiltShiftEd (http://www.tiltshifted.net/) – an educational consulting company that helps teachers and schools create 21st century learning environments by advocating for equity and accessibility to content for all students through the use of mobile devices and classroom design. He holds an MS in Education Media Design and Technology and was a classroom and technology teacher/coordinator for fifteen years in the Los Angeles Unified School District.

Mark has been honored for his innovative and creative learning environments and teaching style by the Los Angeles Unified School District, Apple Computers, Computer Using Educators Los Angeles, and NextVista for Learning.

Now living in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Mark works with incarcerated and adjudicated youth and their teachers in the greater Detroit area.

Learn more about Mark’s work at the TiltShiftEd website (http://www.tiltshifted.net/) and via his Twitter posts (https://twitter.com/mdohn).



You’re Almost Done! The Attendance Survey..

Thanks for reading and watching this week’s meeting! You just have two last things to do before you’re done with this meeting. First, we have a very short attendance survey below for you to fill out to record your attendance.

Visiting Rotarians, this is how you can get an email receipt as proof that you’ve attended our meeting if you need it for makeups.

Non-Rotarian Guests, we would love to see who is dropping by our meetings! This part is optional for you though.

More importantly, for all members and guests — we strongly recommend and ask that you leave a comment below in our DISQUS comments area. Tell us how you enjoyed the program. Ask this week’s speaker any questions you might have. Or just stop by and say hello and tell us where you’re from!


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  • Mark, you’re making wonderful things happen – way to represent the club! Mitty, great job with this week’s meeting and the tweaks to the site. A good laugh out of the Star Wars joke, I got.

    • Awesome! 😀

    • Well Rushton, I’ve been fortunate to be surrounded by committed and visionary educators like you!

  • Mark, thanks so much for sharing the awesome work you do with TiltShiftEd! You’ve got some really cool stuff going on!

  • Gene Tognetti

    I think the point Mark makes about tech being layered on 1800’s teaching techniques hits the nail right on the head – a very important point that we (the education community) need to get our heads around, and do something about… I’m looking forward to the day where the majority of classrooms are not teacher-centric. That image of the student holding a phone with a bunch of other kids around him said it all. Nice talk Mark – thanks!

  • Keith Marsh

    I think it is unreasonable to ask our visitors to pay the price of their meeting for attending our eClub program. At least they get a meal for their home club fee. Let’s make it really attractive and affordable to attend our meetings. How about $5.00 and spread the news to other clubs in the District.
    Great program and loved the tidbit of Uberconferencing.

    • Hi Keith! That’s a great point. I’ll pass that message along, and we’ll see what we can do about switching up the wording. 🙂 And glad you enjoyed the bit about UberConferencing too!

    • Hey Keith! One big difference is that when a Rotarian visits another club, they are required to pay. With us, it’s an option. As for non-Rotarian visitors, it’s perfectly optional, and gives people the opportunity to help us with our efforts.

      Is the idea of paying itself the issue, or that the default amounts are tied to meals?

  • Tzviatko Chiderov

    Mark, it’s interesting how clearly you outline the decrease in focus on interaction, innovation and creativity as children get older and move to different classroom environments. This is so easy to see, yet so difficult to justify as the right approach – it’s not. Way to find ways to bring the fun back into learning by challenging traditional ways of doing things, through readily available tools like technology. Also, I loved The Pursuit of Happyness video! Thanks for sharing it Mitty.

    • Awesome! Glad you enjoyed the video, and good seeing you at this meeting, Tzviatko! 🙂

  • Great program. Love UberConference.

  • john lozano

    Mark, thanks for your presentation. As a resource specialist, I continually find myself up against teachers using the traditional model of content delivery. I find your thoughts refreshing and exactly the message I want my colleagues to hear. Keep up the great work.

    • @MrJohnLozano:disqus – John! It’s been a while! Hope to see you at our beer social in Fremont at the end of the month!

    • John, please feel free to contact me. I have loads of resources and material to help your teachers make the transition from “No, but” to “Yes and”.

  • Bravo Mark. The approach of Education and Technology that you promote is THE ONE that should be in schools!!! Great discussion of the members about what’s normal and what’s not… Thank you for your presentation.

    • Thank you Francois! Hopefully, we can share the message and make changes one school at a time.

  • Stephen Zhou

    SO… who wants to walk the 5k with me?!?! 😀

    • I’m down! SEE YOU THERE!

      • And then ramen afterwards? LOL.

        • Stephen Zhou


          • Hahah. Okay, you can head up the walking team!

            Y’all read correctly! We’ll have a walking team if you guys don’t want to run the 5k (or 10k) on October 25th with San Mateo Rotary in San Mateo! Come out and hang out with some of us!

    • Yvonne Kwan

      Registered and ready! See you there! 😀

    • Argh – I’ll be out of town. Boo! You guys have fun, and hopefully I can join you on another 5K (walking, not running).

    • Hardeep Kaur Singh

      Down! I’m registering now!

  • Yvonne Kwan

    Great program, Mark! I love the paradox you’ve presented of an increase in connectivity and a decrease in interactivity happening simultaneously. The shift towards student-centered learning needs to happen all across classrooms, but you’ve exposed that there’s no blanket solution for everyone. Some will require more resources than others, but all of them deserve the same quality of education. Amazing talk!

    P.S. — See y’all at Das Brew on the 27th! 🙂

    • Yes! See y’all at Das Brew at the end of this month! Sept 27th!

  • ShagsCA

    Great program and fantastic meeting all around! I like the tweak to the format – makes things stand out and easier for older eyes to read. Thanks, Mitty!

  • Nathan Gildart

    Cheers Mark! As a teacher I certainly agree that education is in many ways still ‘old school’. Technology is often tacked on. We can still have the technology, interaction and collaboration if we are careful about things like the set up of our rooms and the kind of activities we prepare for lessons. I’m a History teacher and technology coach, so your presentation resonates a great deal. Your focus on equity is a key challenge for governments. Enabling young people to succeed and learn with tools and / or through ‘field trip’ opportunities is crucial. I teach at a private international school, which is probably the “easiest” teaching environment someone could have, so I admire the work you’re doing for kids in less fortunate schools or communities. Best of luck with TiltShift. I’ll be passing this on to a couple of professional development organizations here in East Asia.

    • Nate, I believe your classes actually have the opportunity to contribute significantly to this shift in education. Government leaders tend to have a “yeah, but” attitude when approached by educators. Record the process of really teaching with technology and then film the students as they reflect on the process they have just completed. A student’s voice is the most compelling of all when it comes to leading the change in policy.

      • Nathan Gildart

        Hi Mark. I couldn’t agree with you more! I hope to be in touch!

  • Martin Fox

    Great job Mark. With multiple research studies documenting that children lose 95% of their creativity by ages 10-12, it is so refreshing to see your approach. Creativity is key in life and the new economy. Thanks for leading the charge 🙂

    • Thank you, and I agree Martin. It’s much more rewarding to see students learning through problem solving and collaboration. I’m much more concerned that they are prepared for being leaders in the workforce than leaders in test scores!

  • Richard Knaggs

    This is so very true Mark and this is why we are so actively trying to change the structure of our learning spaces. I have also seen after some research that it is so critical that teachers know how to manage these spaces and your point on how we deliver PD hits home with me. Well done on your fantastic work. I will be sending all my teachers to see your site. Thanks Mitty, great job.

    • Thanks Richard. don’t hesitate to have teachers contact me. I love to work out the details with teachers – I think we both benefit from the experience.

  • Linda Tangren

    This is an important discussion that we need to continue!

  • Paul Mosso

    Thank you Mark for sharing with us this week. I enjoyed how you get the students more engaged in your classroom. The idea that there is not a “normal” but there is a Typical is great!


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