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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5 Ways Learning is Different Today (for Parents)

Over at Eduro Learning we’re working hard to help parents, teachers and schools thrive in the digital age. One of the new things we’re most excited about is our new series of online classes and resources designed specifically for parents. We know that parenting in a technology-rich world is not easy, and after having worked…

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More Alike Than Different

Over the course of this academic year, I have been very fortunate to work with a wide variety of schools – from public schools in the US to private schools in Singapore to international schools all around Asia. In the US, my focus has been with Marysville School District (MSD) about 45 minutes north of Seattle….

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What Can Tech Coaches Learn From the Marketing Masters?

We are all familiar with the Diffusion of Innovations theory or the Roger’s Adoption Curve, even if we don’t call it by the official name. We all know at least one friend, family member or colleague that always buys the latest device because it’s new and exciting (that person owns a drone or a smart watch…

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Students as Teachers: 6th Grade Tutorial Designers

For our second big project of the school year, my 6th grade MYP Technology class will be designing tutorials, inspired by Alan November’s presentation at our Bridging the Gap conference earlier this year. I’ve also noticed that a lot of our students struggle to learn without direct teacher instruction – they don’t seem to be…

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