Collaboration

  • Andrey Sidenko: Russian Teacher of the Year 2013

    by - Sep 9, 2014
    ICT teacher Andrey Sidenko received the prestigious national ‘Teacher of the Year’ Award in Russia in 2013. He works at school N29 in Mytischi, a town in the Moscow region and...
  • Promethean Helps Mentor Young Citizens

    by - Sep 3, 2014
    Promethean Head Office in Blackburn, UK, recently hosted a group of young citizens from the NCS (National Citizens Services) programme, powered by The Challenge. They were there for a dress rehearsal...
  • Mission Statements for the Entire School Year

    by - Aug 5, 2014
    Student mission statements are valuable beyond back to school. Although they can be a welcome to school activity, any time of the school year is a great place to create mission...
  • Complete Learning Space Thinking

    by - Jul 29, 2014
    Today’s learning space conversations need to be developed through complete learning space thinking, rather than only conversations of separate parts. For a while I’ve been saying personalized learning instead of 1:1,...
  • Education Feedback Legacy

    by - Jul 28, 2014
    In most cases, if you look, there’s a history—an education legacy—good or bad—sometimes successful and sometimes not—education feedback is no exception. When someone says “feedback in class” to me without sharing...
  • The Meaning of Education Collaboration

    by - Jul 24, 2014
    What does collaboration in education really mean? Recently, while attending a large education conference, I was struck by this comment from a marketplace expert, “The word collaboration is all over this...
  • Microsoft Innovative Teachers

    by - Jul 22, 2014
    Liam O’Marah talks with Microsoft Innovative Teacher Kelli Etheredge and Microsoft CTO Cameron Evans for Connect Learning Today. Cameron Evans explains the Microsoft Innovative Teacher program, as well as the importance...
  • Collaborative Learning Labs

    by - Jul 16, 2013
    What does collaboration really mean? Collaboration is more than sitting students in a group at a table, device, or poster board with colored markers. There’s nothing new there. Grouping tosses students...