Tag Archives: Methods and Theories
In one week, it will officially be Digital Learning Day! Sponsored by the Alliance for Excellent Education, a Digital Town Hall will take place Wednesday, February 6, from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. (ET). Join in at here, and attend here. More information can … Continue reading
This blog was in my inbox this morning. There is some great information here for starting the new school year, or any new class of students–K-12 or postsecondary. The point is that all learners are different, but each deserves the … Continue reading
Teachers: Rather than repeat what this blogger posted, I’ll let you click over to his post on Professional Development opportunities for the summer. Most are online, for your learning ease. Professional Learning Summer Edition | July/August 2012 MindShare Learning Report … Continue reading
I’m re-blogging from an education site I follow. Chris has some interesting takes on charter schools. Read on! Welcome To The World Of Charter Schools (Part I).
Today I stumbled across an education management technique from Teaching Tolerance. I had a different topic for classroom management in mind, but I decided to run with this one instead. I believe the technique was borrowed from classroom ice-breaker/management techniques … Continue reading