Education

  • Leaders and Children: Pretend TED Talks

    by - Apr 24, 2015
    There are times I pretend TED talks. I know that sounds silly, but it’s true. I don’t think I’m alone. I’m sure others do it, or have considered it. I think...
  • Jill Hobson’s 4 Education Pillars

    by - Apr 20, 2015
    Jill Hobson, Education Strategist sees 4 education pillars as having education importance for school leaders, educators, and students, today. Hobson believes that while you can talk about them all separately, they...
  • Jill Hobson: Personalized Learning and Feedback

    by - Apr 15, 2015
    Personalized learning has certainly reached trending status in the education community. The phrase is being used in many places with many different definitions. For instance, the U.S. Department of Education, in...
  • Define the Learning Space!

    by - Apr 13, 2015
    When you talk about defining learning space, and all its parts, almost everyone, inside or outside of education has an education opinion, or two. You can multiply those opinions by dozens,...
  • Dr. Jamie Jensen: Active or Flipped?

    by - Apr 8, 2015
    Discipline-based education researcher Dr. Jamie Jensen, Assistant Professor of Biology at Brigham Young University (BYU), Provo, UT, is out to discover whether it’s the Active part of lessons, rather than the...
  • Dr. Sherry Eagle: STEM Collaboration

    by - Apr 1, 2015
    A STEM concept that was successfully piloted—originally—as a summer and after school program, with educators from four large Illinois school districts, working together—collaboratively with Aurora University faculty, corporate partners, and non-for...
  • Meaningful Little Student Data

    by - Mar 30, 2015
    It seems data has gotten some negative press lately, especially when the word is associated with student information, but meaningful student data is extremely essential to teaching and learning. It shouldn’t...
  • Education Lists Need Solutions

    by - Mar 26, 2015
    While a lot of education voices lament the sad state of education, most don’t offer any realistic solutions. It’s tiring to see a list of reasons education doesn’t work, without a...
  • Teacher Apps Raise Student Privacy Concerns

    by - Mar 25, 2015
    Is it possible that unseen breaches in student data privacy could be coming from the multitude of wonderful education apps and solutions teachers are using with students in their classrooms each...
  • Patrick Larkin: Instructional Technology Top 6

    by - Mar 24, 2015
    Patrick Larkin (@PatrickMLarkin on Twitter) has been a classroom educator, building principal, district leader, and always an outspoken advocate for students, teachers, instructional technology, and education change. Today, Larkin is the...