Personalized Learning – A Fresh Approach

Did Jon got to choose his brain? Then, whose fault is it, if he’s cannot do simple multiplication, and keeps on nagging you for a […]

Storytelling for Teacher Training from Finland

Stories. The weave that binds communities together - communities which may be structured learning communities or others.  Stories. The tracing of a flow of identity […]

How To Ensure Students Take Your Feedback Seriously

“Stop ranting!” That’s what students are thinking, whenever a teacher begins giving feedback. Research, too, suggests that most children label feedback as demoralizing, irrelevant and unhelpful. […]

Personalized Learning, Really! – The 7 Components of personalized learning

What does it mean to “implement personalized learning”? We believe personalized learning implementation should emphasize on student-centered classrooms. As discussed in previous posts, it depends […]

Warning: At-risk Students!

Chasing Common Core goals isn’t easy; especially, if one teaches at-risk students. The popular approach is – identify the students at risk, and place them […]

Feedback Matrix for Instructional Design

The art and science of giving feedback is complex. What may appear to be quite easy to give, while at the same time quite difficult […]

This Denver teacher avoids lectures and worksheets. He wants students to ask the big questions.

This Denver teacher avoids lectures and worksheets. He wants students to ask the big questions.:...

10 EdTech Questions You Might Be Asked At Interview (Answer Tips Included!)

It’s coming up to recruitment season, so I thought I’d share some advice in preparation for a teacher job interview. Here are 10 questions you […]

Making your life as a teacher easier… much easier

As promised, here is another of my presentations from #BETT2017. This time I was looking at tools that you can use on your iPad or […]

How To Engage Gifted Students In A Regular Classroom

Teaching gifted students in a regular classroom isn’t an easy job. It’s a grand challenge. By the virtue of their unique abilities, gifted students deserve […]

What? Principals Are In It For The Money?

This post was originally published in @PeterMDeWitt’s blog Finding Common Ground in Education Week. Today’s guest post is written by frequent Finding Common Ground blogger Lisa Westman. […]

THERE AIN’T NO BETTER TEACHER THAN A MISTAKE

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