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The COETAIL Community

Come curious, leave inspired, take action

When people say ‘you can’t teach an old dog new tricks’ it’s not true, because you can reinvent yourself and learn new things whenever you want. — Jonathan Van Ness, Queer Eye, Season 1: You Can’t Fix Ugly   I may not be an old dog, but I am however someone who has never learned a thing about graphic… Read More »

Drab to Fab: My Blog Makeover


Three years ago, both Rob and I were COETAILers in online Cohort 4. The professional growth we received, school-wide and global collaboration we were part of, and educational opportunities we offered our students made COETAIL an outstanding experience. So when the opportunity presented itself to go through the exhausting adventure again, I jumped at the… Read More »

new year, new look


  A picture can tell a beautiful story with depth without any words. Powerful visual story can evoke curiosity and engage your senses. I have always admired beautiful photography and designs. When I had to create a blog for coetail, the design of the blog was very important for me. I looked at several blogs… Read More »

Pleasing to the eye


  Hi fellow COETAILers! Welcome back! When I first scoped out the COETAIL program, this unit really caught my eye. I started my career as an art teacher (after a brief period when I majored in the highly lucrative fields of classics and art history) and I have always been interested in visual literacy and… Read More »

New Blog Theme, Who Dis?


You’re well rested from a fantastic summer break, rejuvenated by an awesome start to the new school year and ready to tackle a final project. The finish is within reach and I’m excited to be a part of this culminating project of your COETAIL experience. Course Overview Course 5 is different from the first four… Read More »

Let Course 5 Begin!


After much reflection (and not much blogging) I have decided to retire from this space.  COETAIL allowed me to reflect and learn about so many things in this public space, and for this, I am grateful. For five years, this was a space to explore a myriad of ideas in education and as a parent. … Read More »

Thank You & Farewell (from this space)

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