Screencasting for a student-led conference

Using technology to help family communication go more smoothly This week on the podcast: Rachel Mark traveled to The Dorset School, in Southern Vermont, to […]

Screencasting as PLP reflection

Students create screencasts for student-led conferences Sixth graders at The Dorset School in southern Vermont are in their second year of working with Personal Learning […]

Middle schoolers helping locally and globally

The Great Shelburne Pencil Drive In which we discover a direct link between Shelburne, Vermont and …Ghana? Last week I had a chance to visit […]

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 […]

Podcasting with Principal Berry

How school change began with just one person, and just one podcast We talk with Richmond Elementary School principal Mike Berry about how he’s using […]

What goes into measuring the success of edtech?

What does “quality” mean in assessing statewide digital efforts? The Foundation for Excellence in Education recently released its 2014 Digital Learning Report Card. According to […]

M is for Minecraft

How to use Minecraft with students Minecraft is an example of welcoming in student-driven modes of learning, exploration and demonstration of learning. Students find the […]

What it’s really like to use an LMS with students

edmodo vs Schoology, digital badges and how to leave a great comment 5th grade Peoples Academy Middle Level teacher Hannah Lindsey returns this week with a […]

From STEM learner to teacher

Student teaching STEM Academy arduino strand Meet Ian. Ian’s a senior at Essex High School, and he’s not just enrolled in the STEM Academy there, […]

Personalized STEM learning at Essex High School

New podcast episode: Essex STEM Academy In this episode, we talk with math educator and STEM Academy leader Lea Ann Smith about Essex High School’s […]

Project-based learning and creative writing

The play’s the (learning) thing Also the musical film and the series of novels. Stay with us on this. In the 2nd of our three-part series […]

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