Education

  • School Leaders Lead Collaboratively

    by - Nov 5, 2015
    There are huge advantages for school leaders to lead collaboratively, today. It is the only way to empower followers to not only be part of the process of moving forward, but...
  • Education Myths: Part 2

    by - Oct 20, 2015
    Education Myths: Part 2 looks at PLNs, Handwriting, and Class Size myths.   1. All you need is a PLN. Personal Learning Networks, PLNs, have been overwhelmingly accepted and successful, hugely because...
  • Global Learning Community

    by - Oct 15, 2015
    There is a need, beyond words, for a global learning community movement committed to action. Since the beginning, communities  have been in a position to foster learning. Individuals in a community...
  • 3 Education Myths—Part 1

    by - Oct 13, 2015
    There are many education myths that continue to get more press than they deserve. We thought a series debunking these ridiculous statements appropriate. Here are 3 Education Myths—Part 1: Myth 1:...
  • Teaching Naked and Afraid

    by - Sep 29, 2015
    Today, if educators aren’t talking personalized and collaborative use of technology in the classroom, they are teaching naked and afraid in a previous century. We are well into the 21st Century...
  • EFF 14 Reminds Us of UN Education Goals

    by - Sep 23, 2015
    Why are the UN Sustainable Goals in Education important? First of all, you’ll need to know that there are 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, and the education one is listed as number...
  • The Ultimate Teaching Observation

    by - Sep 3, 2015
    I was recently at a teaching gathering of active and former educators of varying ages. They all had similar, but not very positive, observation and teacher evaluation stories. The conversation was...
  • Technology Is for Adults!

    by - Sep 1, 2015
    Or is it? Technology is for adults, and children should keep away from screens may sound an absurd story, today, but you’d be wrong. It is just one of the interesting...
  • Invitation to Learning

    by - Aug 14, 2015
    I have more questions than answers about what’s really important in student learning. I talk and listen to a lot of people, whom I know are much smarter and know so...
  • Overclocking Education Change

    by - Aug 10, 2015
    I enjoy listening to people, who build computers, and have a fascination for digital games. A recent conversation had me wondering if there are similarities to building education and learning change....