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April 28, 2016

Do You Know a Tool That Works?

This is a shout out to any teacher who knows a tool worth sharing. Please take the time to share your favorite tools

April 21, 2016

Give Students Power in Their Learning Process

Students will love the idea of being in charge of their learning for the most part, but they may not be ready to do it on their own. So you will need to scaffold the experience until they can do it successfully by themselves. Be aware that you may encounter students who aren't interested in these kinds of freedoms. Often times, honor students want to be told what to do so they know how to get the grade they want. If time is spent de-emphasizing the importance of grades, this can start to shift as well.

March 20, 2016

Google Form Updates Help With Student Accountability

Google Forms is a great way for teachers to gather data about learning or create exit tickets or provide feedback. The possibilities are limitless. Aside from being really easy to create, forms allows us to collect data in an efficient way with the help of the students. We no longer have to walk around with a clipboard all of the time, trying to record what students to tell us. Instead we can put the onus on students to participate in the experience.

March 03, 2016

Let Learning Unfold With the Students in Charge

The role of teacher needs to be continually adjusted to suit the needs of our learners. Education has catered to the adults for too long and therefore has missed the mark. If we are truly invested in helping our learners become 21st century ready, we need to empower them more and then support them in their success and failures. In this way, they will learn to cope with both of those experiences in meaningful ways.

February 28, 2016

Coding for Everyone? Are You Serious Mr. President?

In short, there are lots of ways that all students can learn how to control computers that have immediate real-world impact and can involve student interest and passion. There are also many innovative teachers supporting these tools who others need to try to follow. Leadership is key, but it should come from people with educational expertise and not politicians and corporate big wigs.

January 05, 2016

Passion Projects Ignite Student Interest

Comprehensive project based learning offers students the chance to practice skills in an authentic and productive way. Not doing elements in isolation but rather applying them all as appropriate to their learning. There is no better way to make them career and college ready than actually giving them assignments that mimic those that will happen in their lives.

December 31, 2015

My #Oneword For 2016 is Metamorphosis

Start your new year with a new #oneword that will chart the course for the future. What will your #oneword be for 2016? Mine is metamorphosis.

December 24, 2015

Top 5 Posts From 2015 - A Retrospective

It's time to make change in education and we must start with assessment. Let's consider a change in the traditional grading system and empower students to focus on learning. Check out these 5 posts that suggest just how we can do that.

November 29, 2015

Balancing School Roles Is All About Your Desk Calendar

How do you maintain your busy calendar and stay organized? Please share

November 19, 2015

Expand Your Audience, Reciprocity in Action With Triberr

Do you want to expand the reach of your writing and develop a killer audience? Check out Triberr for amplification of your work. It's free and easy to use. Read more here to learn about what Triberr can do for you.

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