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Teaching is hard. Learning is messy. I certainly don’t have it all figured out. Each week, I want to share what I do in my classroom. I run learning experiments, collect feedback on what’s working and tweak things that are not. I prototype and use insights from my students to create engaging learning experiences that radically improve the classroom experience.

In my weekly email, I share my favorite resources for creating memorable learning experiences, my most epic classroom fails and hopefully some success stories, too. My classroom isn’t perfect. I work to make it better and share what I’ve learned with you.

I work to make school not suck anymore. School shouldn’t suck.

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