Project-based learning at home

It all started with a pandemic Dear reader, as you are well aware, back in March a global pandemic struck The post Project-based learning at […]

How to throw culminating events — online!

It is spring. I know, snow has fallen and it has been cold lately, but it’s officially May. And while The post How to throw […]

Connecting students to community in the Northeast Kingdom

How do we help students connect to their communities, and consider how to enrich community life? That’s the question Chrissy The post Connecting students to […]

Social Distancing Monitor with Alarm, Arduino NANO and I2C LCD2004 Display | Maker, MakerED, Maker Spaces, Coding

.     . Social Distancing Monitor with Alarm, Arduino NANO and I2C LCD2004 Display In previous tutorial we were using an LCD1602 display, this […]

Pivoting! to remote PBL

Oh, remember back when we had our project-based learning culminating events all mapped out? Students presenting at Dynamic Landscapes! A The post Pivoting! to remote […]

Useful links: Project-based learning

I’ve been reading a bit about project-based learning (PjBL) recently. I had to write a critique of an approach used in my context as part […]

Social Distancing Monitor with Alarm, Arduino NANO and I2C LCD1602 Display | Maker, MakerED, Maker Spaces, Coding

. . Social Distancing Monitor with Alarm, Arduino NANO and I2C LCD1602 Display In times of the Coronavirus-Crisis (Covid_19), it might be GOOD to respect […]

Using Tech for ELA Differentiation and Assessment

When I taught high school English Language Arts (ELA), one of the ways I utilized technology was to engage my students in different types of […]

Changing The Pedagogical Paradigm

eLearning, as well as traditional brick-and-mortar schools, could serve a more diverse population by changing the fundamental way in which we look at pedagogy. We […]

Trello for Teachers

Online tools can make teaching and learning more efficient and effective — regardless of the circumstances. Today, many teachers are looking for ways to stay […]

Plate Tectonics Google Map

For several years I have been teaching Plate Tectonics to students and we have done several paper-pencil activities that have to do with plotting earthquakes, […]

Documenting Peer-Reviews leads to better builds

As a project-based learning teacher, I know about the importance of feedback during project runs. I constantly conference with students, formally and informally, trying to […]

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