Technology is people. If we were saying (and doing) the right things technology would be embedded in teaching by now. You wouldn’t need people like me. I have spent years encouraging and sup…
Technology: the wrong conversations – Do academics dream of electric sheep?
This week I had the pleasure of training a group of elementary teachers on blended learning strategies. As a group, they wanted to focus on: Differentiation Student choice Assessment One of the strategies we discussed with the potential to weave these three
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by Ben Wilkoff, this article is an honest, thoughtful look at what it’s like to move to a blended learning classroom….messy but worth it.
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