A true gift from SHEG: DIY digital literacy assessments and tools for historical thinking

NeverEndingSearch

You may remember Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) for its groundbreaking and utterly depressing report, Evaluating Information: The Cornerstone of Online Civic Reasoning. These tasks are perfect for learning across the curriculum and especially for librarian-led learning.

A PD Perspective

My Island View

Adults learn best through collaboration (I believe most kids do as well.). They know much of what it is they need, or at least seek, to know, and they want to learn it today in order to use it tomorrow. They need to be trained in both technology and adult learning.

#EdCampOnline Experience 10-26-13 #ce13

EdTechSandyK

Yesterday I had the exciting opportunity to participate in the first ever EdCamp to be held online. If you are not familiar with EdCamps, they differ from traditional professional development experiences in that they are organized by the participants on the day of the event.

A PD Perspective

My Island View

Adults learn best through collaboration (I believe most kids do as well.). They know much of what it is they need, or at least seek, to know, and they want to learn it today in order to use it tomorrow. They need to be trained in both technology and adult learning.

A PD Perspective

My Island View

Adults learn best through collaboration (I believe most kids do as well.). They know much of what it is they need, or at least seek, to know, and they want to learn it today in order to use it tomorrow. They need to be trained in both technology and adult learning.

The end of FlipCon means big changes for flipped learning

eSchool News

FlipCon’s swan song, which starts on July 19 in suburban Dallas , is hardly the end of the movement or of the Flipped Learning Network, the group that has organized the event since 2012. If you’ve never attended a FlipCon, you may have missed your chance.

The Greatest Challenge Facing School Leaders in a Digital World

Edsurge

Because digital devices and online environments can simultaneously be transformatively empowering and maddeningly disruptive, the work of integrating digital learning tools into schools is usually difficult and complex. By far the most prevalent issue I see in schools struggling with their technology integration and implementation is the lack of a collective vision for how digital learning tools will be used to enhance learning.