Sir Ken Robinson followed up his 2006 TED talk with another genius speech that captures so much of my thinking and writing here on The Innovative Educator blog.
It is a scenario that I just don’t want to believe because it affirms my (our!) worst impressions of public education for the poor in America.
During my three years at ISB, one of the best projects I helped develop and facilitate was our Parent Technology Coffee Mornings.
I hear the term differentiating instruction thrown around all the time, but when I go into schools, I often find there’s not necessarily a whole lot of differentiation going on.
My students love creating! They are young learners, but when I worked with high school students they also loved hands-on, creative projects.
Here are my top ways to to filter YouTube to make it safer for educational viewing and to edit YouTube videos.
We're getting a little fussier about the way our stuff looks. My students and I are coming to the realization that this read write web thing makes us all not only writers, but designers as well.
We are always looking for tools to help special-needs children learn more effectively, so as to reduce the frustration level felt when they can not be independent or do not understand.
Each day students enter a learning oasis where their primary focus is discovering, developing, and pursuing passions, talents, and interests.
With the start of summer upon us, I decided to have a little fun and compile a top ten list of one of my favorite things, movies.