Tag Archives: Amy Burvall

Inspired by Amy

I wanted to give a shout-out to Amy Burvall.  She is easily one of the most creative educators I know… and I’ve never even met her (yet).  She can’t seem to help it; creativity oozes from her in multiple forms:  Instagram … Continue reading

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Permission to Play

While browsing through Twitter today, I stumbled upon a post shared by John Spencer… Great thoughts here. “#rawthought: And Our Tools Shape Us” by @amyburvall https://t.co/pjFz7cpKG9 — John Spencer (@spencerideas) April 8, 2016 I would have continued to scroll, but … Continue reading


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How Can You Move Forward?

. We play it safe.  We follow the rules, we toe the line, we are pleasers. If education isn’t meeting our needs or the needs of our students, how is our complacency helping? Amy Burvall’s recent post on Instagram caught … Continue reading

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