Teachers Teaching Teachers will have a special show on Wednesday, December 16, 2015, on EdTechTalk remembering Bob Sprankle. Please join if you can. Here is the Google Hangouts link to RSVP and join. It will start at 8 pm Central time. This EdTechTalk post has more links about Bob and the webcast.
— EdTechTalk (@edtechtalk) December 15, 2015
See my post from December 11th, “An Invitation: Share #BobTaughtMe” for ideas about how you might reflect and share the ways you were inspired or learned from Bob Sprankle. The first two #BobTaughtMe audio podcasts are now linked in a Google Drive embedded folder on BobTaughtMe.com.
by Wesley Fryer
It seems appropriate, especially given many of the conversations and prayers I shared with Bob in the last two weeks of his life, to close this post with some Bible verses. In Hebrews 10:24-25 we read:
And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.
Let us gather together around our virtual campfire, and remember our mentor and friend, Bob Sprankle. It is altogether fitting and good that we do this together. I hope you can join us.
by Wesley Fryer
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On this day..
- Remove Genieo Malware from a Mac - 2015
- Inspired by Bernie Sanders and Democratic Socialism - 2015
- Transfer Saved Minecraft Worlds to Another Computer on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion - 2011
- Tumblr for my 365 Photo Project in 2011 - 2010
- Mark Zuckerburg: Time's Person of the Year - 2010
- US Army Deploying iPhones - 2010
- A focus on high test scores is all you need - 2009
- If gambling is bad for soldiers, isn't it bad for non-military citizens? - 2007
- Wrestling with website registration limits - 2007
- More on Bloom's and student creativity - 2006