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Kinect and Game/Gesture-based Learning: Interview with Johnny Kissko

Interview 16 of Education Voices This week I had time to catch up with Johnny Kissko (@JohnnyEducation) on Skype. Johnny is a math teacher in Lubbock who is passionate about the potential of various technologies integrated effectively into the curriculum. What do we mean by effectively? In his interview, you will discover that he envisions and develops online communities where technology Read full article »

Leading by Example & Teacher Evaluations: Interview with Akevy Greenblatt

Interview 14 of Twittering for Education In the move for education transformation we need effective leadership. This means that administrators have to take the first step in showing teachers the path to transparency and effective instructional practice. Principal Akevy Greenblatt is one such leader who I had the pleasure of interviewing this past week. He talked about how he leads through Read full article »

Student Perspectives on Digital Natives & Technology in Schools

Yesterday was the last #Edchat of the year and it definitely ranked as one of my favorites. During the 12pm EST/ 5pm GMT #Edchat, we discussed: Is the idea of digital native really a myth? Do most kids today already have the skills and knowledge to master technology for learning? We were fortunate to have students join this conversation. I would like Read full article »

Building the Twitter Academy: Interview with Kelly Tenkely

Interview 13 of Twittering for Education I love when I meet educators so passionate about their vision they don't see the obstacles involved. Instead, these educators just begin building their dreams and living them. This is how education transformation occurs through action supported by passion and vision. I collaborate with these kind of educators daily now that I have been involved Read full article »

How Do We Animate Lessons? Interview with Ken Wilson

Interview 12 of Twittering for Education The majority of classrooms have curricula based on coursebooks. Many teachers might feel that teaching from a coursebook kills creativity and makes learning boring especially when coupled with multiple choice tests. However, in many schools teachers are required to teach from a coursebook. A coursebook is just a tool. We can still teach fun lessons Read full article »

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