The role of the teacher in modern learning organizations

We’re almost 17 years into the 21st Century but the educational system is not. The 21st Century student and their learning needs are on everyone’s […]

Happy National Distance Learning Week!

In August of 1981, the first personal computer was invented. Selling for a whopping $1,565 (today’s price would be more than $7,000), it hardly had […]

The Value of an Online Course

The other weekend, my mother was happy to come and watch my son as I tackled a few things that had been on my list […]

Become a Research Jedi using Google Search

Become a research Jedi so you will never have to go to the Dark Side. In a galaxy far, far away…all of Padawans turned in their […]

FLVS Social Media Course Video Tour

Want to learn more about how social media has changed (and continues to change) the world? The FLVS Social Media course won’t teach you how to […]

Join an Hour of Code!

Computers are everywhere, but fewer schools teach computer science than 10 years ago. The good news is, we’re on our way to change this. If […]

Seven Survival Skills for Careers

In his critically acclaimed book, “The Global Achievement Gap,” author Tony Wagner explores what he considers to be “Seven Survival Skills for Careers, College and Citizenship.” […]

The Learning Commons and the Holistic Integration of Information Technology

Originally created and shared by Deborah McCallum on https://sites.google.com/site/guidetoholisticeducation/librarianship: The purpose of this post is to provide examples of holistic instructional strategies involving information technology […]

Constructivism & Information Technology

When I think about constructivism, I still have to remind myself that it is philosophy and not a pedagogy. The students build their own knowledge […]

Innovative Math Instruction

More than ever before, middle school math students are being asked to perform at a higher rate in class and on assessments. Students are learning […]

‘Quiet’? or ‘Conversational’ Classrooms

The term ‘Quiet’ in our traditional school classrooms, often equates to ‘compliance’. This was very important when our traditional school system was built over 100 […]

Structure and Function at FLVS Campus

By now, most of you have heard about our exciting new adventure, FLVS Campus. But, hearing is not seeing! Our team is behind the scenes, […]

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