"Literacy is changing. It really is. Even in my grade one classroom as the students begin to learn their letters and sounds, as they start to put those letters and sounds together into words, and as they take their first hesitant steps to read and write —literacy is changing.
The change in our classroom was subtle at first. When my students began writing the word we with two i’s, I smiled and talked about the more traditional spelling of the word. When students came to school with a clear understanding of what it meant to get to the next level or to have several lives, I took notice of the new vocabulary they had."
"SAMR is one of the relevant learning models teachers can use to effectively integrate technology in education. I have been doing some readings into it and have also posted a wide variety of articles and graphics on what teachers need to know to apply this model in their technology practices in the classroom. I invite you to check this section to access the resources I have compiled over the last couple of months."
Why shouldn't the smartest people in the world want to go into education? One reason that comes to mind: maybe they just don't know much about how education--and for that matter, how quickly education technology has been evolving.
As an Implementation Manager forCompassLearning, I regularly work with schools that are adopting new technologies. I’ve witnessed successful implementations, and also not-so-fabulous ones. Below are of some of the biggest challenges, and a few ideas about how to manage them for great results.
Marc offers many new and useful perspectives on education. Here are some of them. ~ Instead of looking “though” our kids at their test scores, let’s see them as individual people, and partners in learning.
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