Cheating has been around since the beginning of formal education. But is cheating the problem, or is it the assessment, itself?
In a previous post, I described the need to change Professional Development (PD) for teachers in order to empower them. This is done by re-framing the allotted time that teachers […]
Professional Development: to most teachers, these two words are followed by sighs, moans, and groans. Thousands of teachers have already taken PD into their own hands by using Twitter and […]
We’ve all heard the buzzwords flying around in education today, but one seems to be used more so than others: engagement. I’ve heard administrators and teachers alike say we need […]
Building the plane while in flight – that’s the analogy I hear quite a bit from schools that self-admittedly say they may have jumped the gun on implementing a 1:1. […]