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New Blog, Who Dis?

Monday, September 14, 2020 by Kourtney Bradshaw-Clay

Higher-Powered Learning Blog

The meme “new phone, who dis?” became popular when people began upgrading their smartphones and realized that they didn’t know all of their contacts’ information by heart. When an unsaved contact called or texted, the new phone owner could claim, “new phone, who dis?”

When we began thinking of ways to upgrade our blog, we realized that we didn’t know all of our readers’ interests and backgrounds well. So, we updated our blog to reacquaint ourselves with our reads.

In the link below, we created a short four-question survey that will allow us to get to know you better.

Take the Survey

If you’ve been following us for the past three years, you know that our team is all about personalization. We write about personalizing coaching experiences for educators, personalizing software for students, and making the learning experience as unique as possible for each child. In the spirit of personalization, we are looking to personalize the blog experience for our readers. After you fill out this survey, we will better understand what you need from the blog. We are personalizing the blog experience to your needs and interests. For example, if you are a school teacher who is an expert in blended-learning strategies, you will receive personalized blog posts in your inbox. Alternatively, if you are a new teacher interested in learning more about blended learning, we will send personalized recommendations straight to your inbox.

As all great educators know, authentic engagement happens when participants feel that the content is tailored to their needs and interests. We hope that our readers will feel empowered to engage with the Higher-Powered Learning Team about recent blog posts through our social media accounts and comments on the blog.  

We’re looking forward to hearing from you soon!

About the Author

Kourtney Bradshaw-Clay

Kourtney Bradshaw-Clay

Kourtney is a native of North Carolina and attended UNC for her undergrad and then moved to Baltimore to teach and attain her M.Ed. Most recently, Kourtney comes to us after teaching K-2 at KIPP One in Chicago where she has been using blended-learning methods for several years.

Along with her hard-working approach and a history of innovative tech usage for differentiation in her classroom, Kourtney brings a lower-elementary educational expertise to our HPL team.