Sunday, February 18, 2018

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Global Student Voice Film Festival

What Will They Remember?

What is happening in your class that students will remember in twenty years? Is the upcoming project one that will be the subject of...
Learning Transformed - Girl reading book

Learning Transformed

The traditional model of schooling in which students are taught to regurgitate information, ultimately preparing them for the industrial model of the past, must...
Blank Wall by Eric Curts

The Big Blank Wall

SHARED POST: This article posted on Control Alt Achieve from Eric Curts. A while back I had the privilege of sharing a short "IDEA Talk"...
Man Standing talking to group

Facilitation for Today’s Educational Leader

Teacher professional development (PD) is essential if technology provided to schools is to be used effectively. The goal of successful technology PD is its...
Raspberry Picademy - Photo by Eureka McCormick

Oh My! Oh Pi! PiCademy Reflection

This article was originally posted on Eureka's ArtTech K-5 Leaders in Learning Blog.  We all have done it. We've all had to apply to admission to...
TCAPS

The Future is NOW

This article was originally published on the TCAPSLoop blog site. Our world is changing at a rapid pace as technology continues to evolve. In fact,...
Google Slides

Use Google Slides to Create a Digital Notebook

Like many of you I was school shopping this past week and purchasing requested supplies.  One of those requested was a pack of reinforced...
Book Open

Is It Right For Your District? #Go Education

The Department of Education has invested time, money and energy into creating an awareness of why would a school district consider becoming an Open...
3D printed head with helmet - Studying Concussions in Football

TPACK and 3D Printing

Last summer I spent a lot of time thinking about 3D printing and learning. This was spurred on by the #MakerEDChallenge2 on the Thingiverse....

Addressing the Media Craze

The current craze about "fake news" has unfortunately had people focus on the “what” more than the "how" of dealing with the overwhelming amount...