Change is not always easy for me. Ok, it is never easy for me. I dread the unknown, funny since a major part of my
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During the next decade, thousands of educators in the U.S. will start a new professional journey by teaching one or more courses in an online
Exploring a blended learning project from start to finish.
In Michael Horn (@michaelbhorn) and Heather Staker’s (@hstaker) new book “Blended,” blended learning implementation is examined and discussed. As the blended learning movement is
When it’s cold out. Really cold. Like it has been often this winter. Many schools shut down. That’s not news to anyone in Michigan, but
My Experience It was in an 8th-grade social studies class that I first encountered differentiation based on learning styles. At that time I was a
Exploring the practical aspects of Competency Based Learning
How are social studies teachers blending their classrooms?
Being thoughtful about the barrier between our personal and professional lives. By Jeff Gerlach. I had a moment of serendipity last week that changed a long
Coaching and learning with teachers, designing a new development process
We need to stop giving tools the credit for engaging our students and put the focus back on teachers.
Since the voluntary use of Internet technologies entered education, several waves of innovation have occurred; I would argue we are now at Wave Number 5
GVSU’s library is a flexible study environment that K-12 education should emulate.
Mary Wever personalizes learning to meet the diverse needs of her students.
Innovator or antagonist? You decide.
The digital divide need not turn your classroom into a case of have/have-nots
Could schools hold classes even when the weather closes down the building?