The Atlantic published an article by Michael Godsey this morning entitled “The Deconstruction of the K-12 Teacher” – a real pot-stirrer for those of us who find ourselves trying to square how all of this data-driven driven, venture-capital-funded, business of edtech startups fits into the ramshackle behemoth of government-mandated curriculum, … 702 more words
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In September of 2014, I decided to embark on a a teaching odyssey of sorts. I went on a mission to learn about how to use (and teach about) open digital badges in the classroom. 917 more words
We closed out Read Across America and World Read Aloud week with even more connections.
Our day began with a Georgia connection with Misti Sikes. We shared 841 more words
It’s snowing in the northeast, so today’s WRAD15 connections were a bit tricky. I had 4 cancellations today, but that did not stop classes from coming to the library to still hear some good stories read aloud. 512 more words
The official World Read Aloud Day 2015 is in the books. We still have 2 days of connections, but it was fun to have a full day for the actual calendar date. 1,104 more words