Recently I’ve been reading more and more blog posts and articles that talk of how to “manage informal learning”, so I thought it was time for another post of my own that tries to explain how this is actually misleading, and in fact misses the big...
Teacher leaders assume a wide range of roles to support school and student success. Whether these roles are assigned formally or shared informally, they build the entire school's capacity to improve. Because teachers can lead in a variety of ways, many teachers can serve as leaders among their peers.
“Over 1200 teachers, librarians, school psychologists, and nurses have been laid off this year alone. Secondary Schools routinely pack more than 40 students per class in academic classes. Many school libraries have been ...
After Tuesday's EC&I class and after learning about Personal Learning Networks, I have come to realize that online, I am more often than not, a user.What I mean is that I use my Personal Learning Networks when I need ...
A bizarre video of Chicago public school teachers seemingly being addressed as though they were young children in a professional development training session has turned heads, right as some teachers prepare to put their jobs on the line to boycott...
The Premier's Reading Challenge is an initiative of the Queensland Government aimed at improving literacy, cultivating a passion for literature and encouraging children to read widely for pleasure and learning.
Learning lurches between extremes: the formal v informal, didactic v discover , self-paced v social, teaching v learning. But is there a bridge between these extremes, something that cleverly combines teaching and learning? Over the years, starting with Judith Harris’s brilliant (and shocking) work on peer pressure, then Eric Mazur’s work at Harvard but also through several presentations at a recent JISC E-assessment conference, I’ve been smitten by peer learning. The idea is to encourage learners to learn from each other. Compelling arguments?
Learn about the role of the teacher in the classroom in relationships with his or her teacher assistant. As a part of a two part series that will give the classroom teacher ideas on valuing his or her relationship with the teacher aide.
This is a cross post from College Online where "The Innovative Educator" is named in the top ten ed tech blogs list. I'm thrilled to be mentioned with all these other wonderful bloggers. I know and follow most of them and look forward to getting to know better those I don't.
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