Jeff Eller

I love learning and enjoy my role as a husband and father. My passion is turning learning into an adventure and being tuned on to the needs and processes of learning that students partake in. My goal is to make the adage "if you teach a man to fish he will never starve" to heart and make learning a process that really makes life livable. My final goal is to do as Colossians 3:23 says and to do all I do heartily as for the Lord.

I really enjoy running, cycling, canoeing, and backpacking. As a family we really like being outdoors and camping. It is so much fun being outdoors and making learning part of that adventure.

The New SHES Media Center Organization

The media center is making progress towards creating a search method for both younger and older students.  Last school year in SY 16-17, a group of 5G students organized a system thinking through the mind of of a KDG or 1G student.  Stop by the media center and investigate the process.  Login and browse in […]

Follett Challenge: Community Votes: Spring Hill Elementary

Spring Hill Elementary School is Seeking Community’s Votes as Part of $200,000 National Education Contest Schools Receiving Most People’s Choice Votes Will Win $8,000 Each Fayetteville, GA (January 23, 2017) – Spring Hill Elementary School has entered a $200,000 national education contest hoping for a chance at one of the 13 prizes that will be […]

2017 Presidential Inauguration: Watch, Discuss, Contribute

Greetings, everyone.  Due to varying ability to holistically stream the Presidential Inauguration, here are some options that you to stream within your classroom from a wired network.  Those at large, make your choice, but those in the schools, this will make the best use of our streaming opportunity. The location for the streaming is available at […]

George Washington Carver_Invention Day

George Washington Carver_Invention Day

Today we explore the works and wonders of George Washington Carver.  There is a challenge involved (if you are willing to accept).  We have been studying inventors in first grade and include Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, and now George Washington Carver. DIRECT LINK TO THE INTERACTIVE MAP: bit.ly/1ginventors With Georgia Washington Carver, we will […]

Expeditionary Learning (exposed) … the POSSIBLE

Expeditionary Learning (exposed) ... the POSSIBLE

I encourage you to read this, look in to this, think about the “possible”. There were witnesses yesterday to a discussion that involved a paradigm shift leading to the reformation of educational awareness and access.  New technology does not define or even refine us.  It is a tool that can extend, deepen, and facilitate exploration […]

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