I’ve written before about how valuable I think the K12 Online Conference is. For those unfamiliar, it’s a FREE, open, online conference open to ANYONE organized by educators for educators around the world interested in integrating emerging technologies into classroom practice. Well, this
Over the past year or so, I’ve been working with a consortium of four districts in New Mexico on a project to foster online and blended learning. It’s been a great experience that has benefited teachers and students and left
On Tues., Oct. 11, 5pm EDT (2pm PDT), we’ll be hosting a one-hour webinar to talk about online and blended learning. Anyone is welcome to attend. (Here is the sign-in link.) Webinar – Online Learning: What works and what doesn’t?
We’ve been doing a lot of work here lately in online and blended learning, building courses and helping teachers think about how to use online learning as a tool to help differentiate instruction. Blended learning is the way that many
Yesterday, I had an energetic discussion on FB with some friends prompted by this: I know many gifted tchrs + admins (some right here on FB) who are in environments that do not represent an optimal model of learning +
There is a lot of dissatisfaction about the current state of public education in America and as a result, calls for reform. Many are unhappy with the amount and nature of testing and the general direction of industrial era curricula.