Student Journalism and Technology Part 1

One of the topics I have had the pleasure of presenting about at the 2013 UMaine Summer Technology Institute was on Journalism and Technology.  This is a topic I got involved with for a couple of reasons.  One, I am Continue reading Student Journalism and Technology Part 1

Why Educators Should Listen to What Phox Has to Say & Play

Stay with me. I read Heather Browne’s Denver-based music blog, I Am Fuel, You Are Friends.  She’s a pretty reliable source for the folk-dance-Americana-singer-songwriter-roots scene.  That’s a lot of hyphens.  And that’s important to this post. Browne recently put up Continue reading Why Educators Should Listen to What Phox Has to Say & Play

ACTEM 2012: Answers to Customized Learning on the Cheap Part 1

This is Part 1 in a series of responses to questions posed during ACTEM 2012’s “Customized Learning on the Cheap” Sessions All of the questions can be seen at: http://wallwisher.com/wall/MCLCheap Q: How do you manage customized learning record keeping for students? Continue reading ACTEM 2012: Answers to Customized Learning on the Cheap Part 1

The PBL/MCL/Acronym’d Pilot at MBHS Has a Name and a Project!

At least for now . . . Ladies and gents, PACE 10 is here. Personalized and Cooperative Education (PACE)10 is the name the crew developed for the mass customized learning, project based learning, student led, differentiated pilot program thing I Continue reading The PBL/MCL/Acronym’d Pilot at MBHS Has a Name and a Project!