Scott Haselwood

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Policy Issues

I was tagged in a twitter post this afternoon from the most amazing Kas Nelson (@kasnelson – you should follow her). It got my brain thinking, then a range of emotions flooded in, mostly anger. Here is the tweet: Here is something that cannot be stressed enough to those who are not living inside the … Continue reading

Why #EdTech

A couple of questions answered for my readers:  Why am I working toward a PhD in #EdTech?  What is #EdTech all about??  These were questions that were recently asked by my professor, questions that my readers may (or may not) think interesting… The word cloud at the top of the page was from a post in … Continue reading

Your Story!

In the middle of working on some final drafts of papers – I find myself back to a topic that I have blogged about before.  Take 12 minutes to watch this video from Moore Public Schools: As of this writing on December 6, 2015 around noon, it has been viewed 65,000 times.  It was posted … Continue reading


There is so much – where to begin… Family – without them, I could not do what I do.  They have molded me into who I am. Students – they never know it, but they breathe life into me every time I am around them. Colleagues – from all of my schools.  The faculty and … Continue reading

Gamify Your Class. Here’s Why!

gam·i·fi·ca·tion ˌɡāmifəˈkāSHən/ noun the application of typical elements of game playing (e.g., point scoring, competition with others, rules of play) to other areas of activity, typically as an online marketing technique to encourage engagement with a product or service. “gamification is exciting because it promises to make the hard stuff in life fun” If you … Continue reading

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