Chad Lehman

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Name: Chad Lehman
Date registered: July 7, 2009

Latest posts

  1. Twitter Favorites (weekly) — March 18, 2017
  2. Twitter Favorites (weekly) — March 11, 2017
  3. Twitter Favorites (weekly) — March 4, 2017
  4. Twitter Favorites (weekly) — February 25, 2017
  5. Putting Students on the Stage — February 20, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. Grand Project Plans — 62 comments
  2. Twitter Favorites (weekly) — 18 comments
  3. A Classroom Website or Blog is a Must for Every Teacher — 18 comments
  4. Should I Care? — 17 comments
  5. A New Adventure Begins — 16 comments

Author's posts listings

Mar 18

Twitter Favorites (weekly)

Do students need to follow a specific process for making and creating in a Makerspace? | Mackin TYSL NEW Blog: Do we need to use a specific process for making and creating in a Makerspace? https://t.co/HVku7Kumgl… https://t.co/XK88rl2Ror tags: twitfav Makerspace Stories and Social Media: Leveraging the Learning | Edutopia #Makerspace Stories and Social Media via …

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Mar 11

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After the Planning Phase: 7 Tips for Implementing a Makerspace — THE Journal After the Planning Phase: 7 Tips for Implementing a Makerspace https://t.co/jiqVXDqHMj https://t.co/6URQiQDvkL tags: twitfav Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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Mar 04

Twitter Favorites (weekly)

Libraries, Schools, Social Media and lots more…: Teachers: Is your school library having an impact on teaching and learning? 4 ways school librarians can effect change. Four Ways School Librarians Can Effect Change: https://t.co/fVIZBH4n59 As a TL, how are you making this happen in y… https://t.co/fkRyY5g4ZU tags: twitfav Training Wheels: From Replicator to Maker – …

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Feb 25

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Without Mentioning It, Google Silently Released a Without Mentioning It, Google Silently Released a Pretty Awesome Video Editor https://t.co/72IO4jkzKi via @teachercast tags: twitfav Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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Feb 20

Putting Students on the Stage

Our makerspace continues to grow and we continue to learn better ways to manage the equipment, the space, and the students. It’s only been two months, but I’m proud of how things have rolled out. It’s super important that those of us involved in this process continue to learn from others to make sure we …

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Feb 18

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Brian Seymour on Twitter: "The newly remodeled media center learning space at @VioletElem @PLSD #learningspaces @ISTELearnSpaces #edtech #OETC17 #library #mediacenter https://t.co/krNn0gaJKK" The newly remodeled media center learning space at @VioletElem @PLSD #learningspaces @ISTELearnSpaces #edtech… https://t.co/zzCOzu8NYu tags: learningspaces edtech twitfav Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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Feb 11

A Lot of New Principals

For whatever reason, the schools I’ve worked in lately or the ones my children have attended, have experienced a lot of turnover when it comes to the school principal. When I started a new position after leaving my position with Discovery Education, I didn’t think there’d be a leadership change after one year. Surprisingly, I …

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Feb 11

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Creative Commons unveils a new photo search engine with filters, lists & social sharing | TechCrunch Creative Commons unveils a new photo search engine with filters, lists & social sharing https://t.co/yXthqiukYT via @techcrunch tags: twitfav Librarians Lead the Way to Digital Literacy – Remake Learning “Librarians Lead the Way to Digital Literacy” https://t.co/jjgYEGhBdg As they always …

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Feb 09

Coding Challenges for the Ollie

If you have any Ollies (or Spheros) in your classroom, library, or makerspace, you’ve probably discovered that kids love driving these little devices around. Students love to test their driving skills, which as I’ve witnessed, generally aren’t that good. We have 4 Ollies in our makerspace and, in an effort to have students program the …

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Feb 09

Gaining Support for Your Makerspace

The idea to start a makerspace in my school wasn’t my idea. The groundwork began before I was hired. I feel my willingness to help grow the idea and my knowledge of and connections to makerspaces in other schools was an added bonus when I joined other educators to keep the ball rolling. When you …

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