I had a real snow crash this evening. Given that I was walking through a balmy twilight beneath an ultramarine south Florida sky, a snow crash was the last thing I expected, but there it was:
I have profoundly misunderstood cMOOCs.… Continue reading
Well, I stole my own thunder. It happens.
I wanted to answer here the second of two questions about membership in Rhizo14, but instead I mostly addressed the question in a comment on Frances Bell’s blog. You’d think that at my age I’d have more control, but Frances’ post Ethics and soft boundaries between Facebook and other web services is such a fine read and engendered such a rich discussion,… Continue reading
Thanks for your post. Very interesting.
Recently, together with a group of like-minded teachers, we have decided to set up a blog where we are going to publish articles and materials related to hiring policies and NNEST/NEST debate.You can find it here: http://teflequityadvocates.blogspot.nl/
We would like this blog to be a place for discussion, exchange of ideas and above all a source of inspiration and motivation that change is possible.… Continue reading
This is the trailer for the Project Roundtable hangout on Access and Equity In and Through BYOD and 1:1.
Here is the link to the event: https://plus.google.com/events/cacm97a08ckpdbc8p2v74m89628…
I really love this article on EdSurge, but my favorite part comes from the section on planning. It is truly a wonderful way to show how both easy and effective good personalized learning plans can be. Nice work Kristin!
The Flip Side of Professional Development | EdSurge News
The very first coaching session of Flipped PD often begins with the creation a google document that is shared between the teacher and the coach.
The University of Pennsylvania invited several hundred education reporters to a seminar on MOOCs. The school expected 15 to 20 enrollees from media outlets, but as of the catering deadline, only four responded. So the group cancelled the event.
This is the premise under which the Chronicle of Higher Education provided the click-bait headline “2014: The Year the Media Stopped Caring About MOOCs?” The article, written by Steve Kolowich, is only a few hundred words and notes that discussion of the MOOC in mainstream media has not waned…meaning the article headline poses a provocative question that the text of the article not only fails to support but rather disputes.…
*Don’t Forget to Fill Out the Planning Document after you RSVP for the Event:* http://bit.ly/pldaily
The purpose of this roundtable is to consider the role that Professional Learning plays in our lives as teachers and leaders. It is also to explore how we can make PD an expected and welcome part of every day.…