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Making Time vs Finding Time

A Principal's Reflections

While online consider making some time to learn and then apply a new skill while earning a digital badge to acknowledge your informal learning. Consider flipping your faculty meetings. This concept is based on the popular flipped classroom model. When flipping a faculty meeting teachers are given informational items to read and view in advance. Or is there?

Uncommon Learning

A Principal's Reflections

They have embraced this digital world as it provides consistent relevance and meaning through an array of interactive experiences. I also pull on leadership strategies presented in the best-selling book Digital Leadership: Changing Paradigms for Changing Times (2014). Effective digital learning environments focus on learning outcomes as opposed to the tools themselves.

A Strong Case for Uncommon Learning

Fractus Learning

Every school and every classroom can explore these ideas in order to build uncommon learning opportunities for all students in our schools. Digital Learning Across the Curriculum. Sheninger begins with the most important aspect of uncommon learning – strong instruction infused with digital tools. Digital Badges and Micro-credentials. Tweet. Makerspaces.

A Strong Case for Uncommon Learning

Fractus Learning

Every school and every classroom can explore these ideas in order to build uncommon learning opportunities for all students in our schools. Digital Learning Across the Curriculum. Sheninger begins with the most important aspect of uncommon learning – strong instruction infused with digital tools. Digital Badges and Micro-credentials. Tweet. Makerspaces.

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Hack Education

Also via NPR : “From YouTube Pioneer Sal Khan , A School With Real Classrooms.” Conference of Mayors Resolves to Support Digital Badging ,” says Edsurge. There’s some more research on badges and alternative credentials in the research section below. ” “For-Profit Coalition Seeks to Bolster the Flipped-Classroom Approach,” The Chronicle of Higher Education reports on what appears to be a new company founded by BAM Radio’s Errol St. Fees to join the Flipped Learning Global Initiative are $5000/year.