How do I reach unmotivated students? How can I create the conditions for student-self motivation?
How might a school or teacher get started with proficiency-based education? What are the 3 or 4 things they should do?
New to Mac? Where to get started.
Engaging Tasks are an easy-to-implement, real world learning strategy. An Engaging Task tells a little story (only a paragraph or so!) that gives the students a reason for doing the work.
What’s all the fuss about micro-credentials and digital badging? What are they and how do I earn them? What might they have to do with formative and summative assessment? Is anyone using them in education for students?
How can technology help support your proficiency-based learning initiative?
Resources and ideas from the Planning Experiential Learning segment of the Experiential Math Retreat.
When thinking about digital tools for teaching, learning, and assessment, what lessons can be learned from Maine’s work? It boils down to focusing on learning and putting more attention into how we use the technology than we do on the tools and devices themselves.
Links and resources related to Maine’s lessons learned from 15 years of learning through technology and 1to1 initiatives.
The true power of technology is not in learning to use it, but rather using it to learn. The device (by itself) isn’t the magic, all the ways students can learn with it is! Don’t be a district that puts the device first. Put the learning first. Come learn how teachers leverage their devices for…