Kenny Bosch and I discussed this for a while, and Chuck Taft, Michael Matera, and Pamela Nosbusch were doing a version of it at the University School of Milwaukee with their staff. But after spending about 16 and 19 hours
As we continue forward well into the school year, I’m thinking back to a few weeks ago when I went with my family to the Little America Theme Park about an hour from our house. One of the attractions is
As teachers who have been victims of standardized professional development, we say benchmarks should be benched. Here’s the problem (especially in the world of educational technology). When a school or district sets a standard, however well-meaning, they lose or alienate
The students who show up in my classroom are juniors and seniors in high school, and they’ve been told that these are the best years of their lives. But I bet if you asked them, most would say that Kindergarten
I participated in the #TLAP chat after the University School of Milwaukee Summer Spark event. Question 4 from Dave Burgess asked something about the best kind of session at the best kind of conference. With his earlier comments about “pimping
I had the rewarding opportunity to talk with FACE Teacher Erin F. about blogging options for her students. She said that her students were taking pictures of the food creations they were making in her classes, and sharing them online.