The Fable of the Table: Empathy for the Worried Administrator

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This post originally appeared on co-author Allison Zmuda’s blog at LearningPersonalized.com. What if school leaders governed less from a place of fear and worry and more from a position of excitement and possibility? A table is a fixture within a Continue reading The Fable of the Table: Empathy for the Worried Administrator

Flipping with a Twist: The Teacher’s Role

When I first flipped my classroom by recording video screencasts of my lessons, I was suddenly struck with two terrifying questions: What if my students aren’t engaged in the content I spent all of this time¬†creating/curating? Now that they are Continue reading Flipping with a Twist: The Teacher’s Role

Maine: Don’t Dodge Diversity in your Instruction

Author’s note: This week I have been enjoying a computer science training (ECS) Exploring Computer Science offered by the Maine Math and Science Alliance, but before you leave this post, you need to know, what I have to share has Continue reading Maine: Don’t Dodge Diversity in your Instruction