Making It Work: Structuring Technology-Rich Learning

As a follow up to my previous post, 3 Steps to Transforming Learning In Your Classroom, once you’re inspired to try something new in your classroom, and have developed a relevant, real-world task for which your students have an authentic audience, you might be wondering: how do I actually make this work in my classroom? Making…

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3 Steps to Transforming Learning in Your Classroom

I just spent three awesome days working with teachers (and parents) at Taipei European School, British Primary School Section, in Taiwan, and as always, even (especially) when I’m facilitating the conversations, I’m learning so much! This visit focused on modeling a coaching conversation with teams to help them work towards the transformation level of SAMR…

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Helping Your Child Navigate a Media-Rich World

Social media can be a challenging topic for parents. Having grown up in a world without constant access to technology, it can seem both strange and frustrating to parents that their children want to spend so much time in digital spaces. Over at Eduro Learning, we’re super excited about the launch of our new Parenting…

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Creating a Breeding Ground for Motivation

As coaches, we are often inspired by our colleagues. We get excited by what they can do with their students, how they approach new ideas in their classrooms, and the amazing learning experiences we can design together. We can also be frustrated, because we can often see what else they could do, “if only they listened…

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The Power of Audience

I love YouTube. I bet you do too. I love being able to learn what I want to learn, when I want to learn and actually getting to see someone teaching the skill (instead of just having to read about it). So why are so many teachers (and parents) reluctant to let children spend time…

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