Z is for Generation Z

Who are Generation Z? The term Generation Z refers to teens and pre-teens born after 1995 and was officially launched in 2014 as part of […]

Y is for Young Writers Project

Using the Young Writers Project to teach writing There are so many reasons to appreciate how we teach adolescents to write in Vermont. One of these […]

W is for Weekly Geek Podcast

Creative ways to share learning opportunities Teachers at Lamoille Union Middle/High School learn about the latest tools and resources available to them in a unique […]

X is for eXtra credit

How does edtech affect extra credit? Is extra credit still a valid notion as we move towards ubiquitous learning, and grapple with questions of equity in […]

V is for Voice Recordings

Why voice recordings work for young adolescents As students use technology to explore and capture projects that show both their emerging proficiency with skills and snapshots of […]

U is for Ubiquity

Ubiquitous learning is not the same as ubiquitous computing We hear a lot of hype about e-learning, blended learning, MOOCS, and mobile learning. But even […]

T is for Timelines

Timeline tools for transformative learning Timeline tools can serve two important purposes: concrete help with project planning (for PLPs, 1:1 rollouts, PBL) and for displaying […]

S is for Student-Led Conferences

Steps to a student-led conference Some of my most poignant moments as a teacher occurred around the table of a Student Led Conference. Truly. My […]

Q is for QR codes

QR codes unlock learning anywhere These simple workhorses of technology — ink and blank spaces on a screen or page — can be incredibly powerful in making […]

R is for REAL Reflection

Getting real about student reflection Ah, reflection. It may bring to mind an introspective moment, perhaps gazing into the still waters of a mountain lake […]

P is for Performance Tasks

Using performance tasks as a way to measure student knowledge When working with a group of middle school science teachers recently whose goal was to increase […]

N is for Nearpod

How these educators used Nearpod for professional development Educators instinctively understand the engagement power of a tool that allows learners to actively participate in the learning. For […]

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