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Going Back to the Roots of Great Learning #30GoalsEdu

Goal 18: Make a Small Change to Your Curriculum of The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators! Click the link to find out more about the 30 Goals Challenge for Educators! Have you ever watched toddlers play in a playground? You will notice how the children interact with the objects and nature around them. You will see their eyes question then see the way Read full article »

Digitally Immersed in the Challenges of Learning

"Promise me you'll always remember: You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think." ~ Christopher Robin to Winnie the Pooh, A.A. Milne The type of learning I love is challenging, immersive, self-discovering, and self-empowering. We find ourselves faced with a problem where we must employ our tools to come up with a solution that Read full article »

Filling the Gap by Joel Josephson

by Guest Author, Joel Josephson   As educators we are more than constantly frustrated by the interference of academics (with little or no experience of the teaching of children), politicians and administrators with little or no direct pedagogic experience in the education process. Their solution to raising educational standards, almost globally, is to test children as a way to weed out bad teachers, Read full article »

11 of ’11 Projects Transforming Education

Adam Simpson, an educator in Turkey, recently challenged bloggers to reflect on and post 11 of their best blog posts of 2011 (11 of 11). Reading several of the blogger's posts and different takes on it has spurred me to reflect on my past year blogging and collaborating with my passionate/personal learning network (PLN) who inspire me and support me Read full article »

It Takes a Village by Alexander Marchuk

by Guest Author, Alexander Marchuk  The past decade has brought great changes to the education landscape but the real challenge has yet to be tackled with the energy it deserves. Disruptive changes in technology, politics, and policies have greatly increased the value proposition of the U.S. education system and as a result improvements have been made. While dropout rates have decreased, Read full article »

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