Trying it out… Investigating… Testing… Researching… Practice what I Preach… Modeling
Why not useFlipgrid, an easy tool to quickly record children sharing the tradition from their own country?
One answer could be to build aProfessional Development Learning Hubfor your school!
TheGooseChaseapp has taken the organization, management and submission of evidence of thescavenger hunt digital.
I recently learned about FlipGridand am very enthusiastic when I think of the potential it can bring for teachers and learners.
I was taken aback, since as I was looking at the cover of the book, I looked at one of MY own sketchnotes.
How do I introduce blogging to my students so that their voices extend to a broad audience?
While it is true that I have not written much on the Langwitches blog lately, I have been writing, writing, and writing. I have been writing a book!
Educators need to see themselves as more than covering content, lecturers or deliverers of prescribed/established curriculum.
Networks are facilitated by technology and so a certain fluency with the technology involved is key.
I even would recommend high school teachers take a moment to visit a pre-school or Kindergarten class to immerse themselves in LOOKING for learning.
Terry Heick describesDigital Citizenshipas “The quality of habits, actions and consumption patterns that impact the ecology of digital content and communities”
This is the second post in a series to dig deeper into the relationship between literacy and documenting learning.
I still seem to be a time traveler when I look into or read about many classrooms.
Digital Portfolios are so much more than a digital versions of a paper portfolio, a folder sent home at the end of the week, semester or year or an online version of someone’s writing journal.
Recently, I came across a few articles about change and the speed of change and how we are reacting to these changes.
Reflection is an important component of the learning process. It canNOT be seen as an add-on, something to be cut if time is running short.
What about the “innovative iPads” in schools or some of the maker spaces and 1 hour-a-year coding classes?