5 Steps To A Connected Classroom

One of my absolute favorite things to talk about is the power of global collaboration –┬áboth for teachers and for students. It’s amazing what you can learn when you start connecting yourself (and your class) to others around the world. So I’m really looking forward to hosting my next Eduro Learning Facebook Live session this…

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Quakestories: Student Responses to the Japan Earthquake

It’s hard to believe it’s already been almost two months since the Great East Japan Earthquake. We’ve been back to school since April 4th and time has just flown by – even faster than usual for this time of the school year. Although things are starting to feel more and more normal every day, it’s…

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Beginning With Blogging

One of the best things about my new job is that I get to teach my own class, grade 6 MYP Technology (my favorite class to teach, actually). As much as I love coaching and working with lots of different teachers and students, there is just something special about having your own class to work…

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How To Connect Your Students Globally

Cross-posted on the TechLearning Advisors Blog Two weeks after returning from the Flat Classroom Workshop in Hong Kong, I am still inspired and energized about what learning could (and should) look like. The key component for me was connecting students, both face to face and virtually, from a variety of backgrounds to work together to…

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