It’s summer, and we’ve just finished this year’s round of library work. In 2018-19, we completed a Digital Literacy Center project and an expansion of the Creativity in a Box work. These were both grant-funded projects for which we wrote
[cross-posted from K12 Open Ed] As many of you know, I’ve spent much of this year working on a project to explore the adoption and implementation of K-12 core instructional materials and to explore business models for the successful and
If you are looking for some summer fun, consider CLMOOC, a highly flexible online collaboration of educators exploring Connected Learning and maker education. If you’ve heard about maker ed but aren’t quite sure what it is, this is a great
I am very excited to be convening the Passion-Driven Learning strand of the K12 Online Conference this year. This is an approach I believe deeply in. We have an all-star line up covering vital topics such as genius hour, connected
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
I am facilitating a new 3-week mini-course starting on Nov. 4 called Make/Hack/Play Together. It’s free and should be a lot of fun. You can sign up here.
The K12 Online conference provides high quality, free, open PD, and it all starts on Oct. 14. Mark your calendars, and think about incorporating this into your professional learning plans.
Next week is the Virtual 4T Conference put on by the University of Michigan School of Education. This is a free, virtual conference (but registration is required). On Monday, May 20 at 7pm Eastern, I’ll be a part of a
I recently helped put together a conference session about the law and filtering that involved a G+ hangout with a panel of remote guests. It took us a while to find the combination of things that worked the best with
An Un-session: Don’t Try This at Home I did a session with Mike Agostinelli at NCCE 2013 this week about peer learning. I thought I’d try to model peer learning in the session, and the results were quite unexpected and