As an avid gamer, tech writer, and full-time teacher, I always try to bring game concepts into my lessons. At the very least, talking about games is a great way to connect with my students. However, I rarely use games in the classroom. This infographic has me thinking it’s time to start! Take a look. How do you, or would you, use games in your teaching if given the chance?
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It takes a lot of work to become a good leader!
Here’s an essay I wrote for one of my educational leadership classes at Southern Connecticut State University. It ties together my study of communication skills, conflict resolution, and a few New Year’s Resolutions to boot. If you enjoy the essay and find it useful, please let us know in the comments. Thanks! – Bill
Here’s an essay I published on this site a few years ago when it first started. It used to have it’s own separate page, but now that I’m redesigning the site it will be a linked post instead. It could use some updated, but it still helps summarize what this blog used to be about, and where it will go in the future. Enjoy! – Bill
PS – Thanks for your patience as I update Good Circuits to better reflect my own writing and thinking and to better invite you to join in the exploration of where technology and the humanities meet to make us better people!
Honest to goodness, I’m FINALLY getting back to working on this site. I am so sorry for the wait, and I thank you for your patience. In the coming weeks you’ll not only see another redesign, but you’ll also see a completely new purpose and vision for the content. I hope you enjoy it. Please check back soon!
I’ll keep this brief: look for a whole new blog–new look, new focus, all new material–coming soon. For real!
Here’s a great video about how the Love is Louder organization has supported the Newtown, CT community. We recently did a a Love is Louder week at my school, and it was a great experience. This video is an inspiring five minutes, and a little something positive to tide you over before I return to this blog. New stuff coming soon!
People are usually surprised when a father is involved in his child’s life. They’re shocked if he is fit, vibrant, and up for anything. Be it challenging yourself in the weightroom or the boardroom, being the best you can be is essential to your child’s well being. Who else will inspire them to chase their dreams?
That’s why I’ve started Jacked Dad. If you like all the fitness and nutrition tips on this site, but you’d like to learn more about how to fit them into the wonderful craziness that is fatherhood, then check out Jacked Dad!
Sorry this has kept me away from this site for awhile. There was a lot of heartfelt writing that went into even the first few posts. That, and the actually parenting thing takes up a bit of time! Anyway, check out my new site. There’s lots of great stuff to come!
It’s your duty as an American to check out the Jacked Dad Blog!