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Grow Digital Collections to Courses

Our district started crowdsourcing online content almost a decade ago. The content was teacher-facing, imagine an electronic Teacher’s Edition. Three years ago the goal was changed to student-facing content. Content items addressed standards, but with little continuity, no module/unit feel…. Continue Reading →

Research Productivity #TECH6363

Productivity Productivity is often viewed by output alone, but that ignores the input by which the output should be judged. The Harvard Business Review (2014) frames the concept of productivity as a “…focus not on dollars per hour but on labor dollars per product” (p.4). As schools invest dollars to boost productivity the… Continue Reading →

The Lifecycle of a Course

Lifecycle of a Course Courses have to start somewhere. Never be afraid to launch version one of your course – otherwise, it will never improve! The Lifecycle of a Course #Infographic #edchat Click To Tweet Evaluation Evaluation is the process… Continue Reading →

Accessibility for All #TECH6363

The work of assuring content is accessible is often viewed from the viewpoint of already created content. Content that has already been created once may give the impression of extra work; the act of assuring the content is accessible additional… Continue Reading →

Doctor of Education (EdD) Knowledge

Not everyone knows an EdD well enough to ask them particular questions. I had to acquire much of my academic, writing, and how to work with my dissertation committee on my own. Not everyone knows an EdD well enough to… Continue Reading →

Computer Lab Launch #TECH6363

This blog post is an assignment for the American College of Education, Doctoral Instructional Technology program. Background: The blog was established in 2010. This blog is currently oriented toward practicing K-16 educators interested in educational technology.  Sample Computer Lab Refurbish #EdTech… Continue Reading →

What if Nobody is Behind?

Since March 2020 educators have worried about students falling behind. It has pushed teachers to work past reason, parents to stress about doing the teacher’s job, and left students outside of the traditional classroom. However, a pandemic is a worldwide… Continue Reading →

School Leaders Facilitating Community Partnerships

I compiled a nice guide for school leaders facilitating community partnerships. The guide may be useful to generate ideas and spark interesting ideas as much as a literal implementation. Check out Guide: School Leaders Facilitating Community Partnerships. #edchat Click To… Continue Reading →

Help Young Students Deal with Stress and Anger #ECE #SEL

Right now if you are checking your email, you are seeing all the offers from vendors who want you to purchase their Social-Emotional Learning content (SEL). Many are of high quality and could be very beneficial, but it begs the… Continue Reading →

Communication Strategies

The structure of learning environments is within the control of the adults crafting the classroom experience. Recently classroom environments have been online and face-to-face; both modalities can enjoy the same structure to include more students and more points of view…. Continue Reading →

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