It is clear that learning tech tools for video conferencing or editing your work is important, but in the end it’s all about connection. We want to share our ideas and push them out into the world. We want to be able to facilitate meetings/classes online without glitches. Most importantly, we want to connect. I’veContinue reading “It’s all about connection”
Originally published in Fueled By Coffee and Love: A Brew Perspective At the Google Innovation Academy in Copenhagen, Denmark last year, I learned about an innovative goal-setting tool from Dan Stratford: objectives and key results or OKRs. Google employees use a process of setting OKRs to stretch themselves and reach to achieve goals in aContinue reading “OKRs: Objectives & Key Results: OK, Read”
Andrea Lampros and I are NorCal/SoCal BFFs. Right now, we couldn’t be together anyway, but I want to ask her a few questions for my own benefit and I think the answers apply to all of my students/friends here in Los Angeles. Via email, we chatted. Kritty: Hi, Andrea. Please tell us what you do forContinue reading “Resiliency”
Google has several resources to help us (students and adults) stay organized but they also help us check in, stay connected.
Hello, my name is Kristin Welch, but since I can remember people have called me Kritty. Kristin, Kritty, whichever you are comfortable with. This is my playful blog. I’ve been passionate about making school fun and honoring different learning styles since my first detention in second grade. I got detention for drawing (more than once)Continue reading “Hello world. My name is Kritty”
Google has several resources to help us (students and adults) stay organized but they also help us check in, stay connected. https://skillshop.exceedlms.com/student/path/27925/activity/38824?skip_interstitial_post_login=true https://www.blog.google/outreach-initiatives/education/distancelearning-covid19/ https://skillshop.exceedlms.com/student/path/27925/activity/38824?skip_interstitial_post_login=true