“In an interview for Connected Educator Month, Powerful Learning Practice co-founder and CEO Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach talks about her experiences with professional learners and the communities and opportunities most impacting their work in classrooms...”
“Collaboration beyond borders! Showing our Prime Minister how Windows surfaca work in class Last week I was able to speak at both Ed-tech Norway Wednesday and Thursday to a smaller group of engaged people representing principals and publishers in...”
“There is much to absorb in this piece by the OECD’s education director Andreas Schleicher, but here’s the part that we need to all think about:The impact of technology on education delivery remains sub-optimal, because we may over-estimate the...”
“I’ve been thinking and talking a lot of late about the belief systems that schools have (or don’t have) about student learning, and as I was digging around for some shoulders to stand on (as usual) I found this powerful snip from Grant Wiggins and...”
Ann S. Michaelsen's insight:
It is therefore incumbent on change agents to be the kind of questioners – that is, habit challengers and habit breakers – we are describing, and to work with staff to develop structures and situations in which exploring our most important questions and needs is safe and supported. That will require leaders to charge not only the professional developers but also every staff member to make a commitment to root out institutional inconsistency between mission and practice at central job responsibility.
March 23, 2015 Over the last weekend, we spent sometime curating what we think are some of the best Chrome apps and extensions for teachers and students.Our selection is based on the reviews we have...
Google Dictionary is a must have app for all language learners. This app makes it super easy to view word definitions as you browse the web. Simply highlight or double click the word you want to define, and a pop-up bubble will be displayed with the complete definition of that term. I also allows you to store the history of words you have looked up so you can practice them later.
“The month may be winding down, but the connected learning continues! Here are just a few of the events you can look forward to this final week. To access the calendar and register for these and other events, click here.”
“October 26, 2015 For those of you using Macs in their instruction, the apps below are absolutely worth your attention. These are some of the most popular presentation apps in the Mac App Store which...”
““Spare Parts,” a smart, creative and highly-enjoyable drama about a team of intelligent, hard-working and ambitious high school students who enter a prestigious robotics competition, and their dedicated science teacher who mentors, educates, pushes...”
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