Category Archives: Learning

Simple Articulation Strategy: 5 Ins and 5 Outs

Most teachers groan at the mention of “articulation.” It’s not that we don’t see the value in the articulation process but getting everyone on the same page is time-consuming and cumbersome. In my role as a blended learning coach, I … Continue reading

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Learning Beyond the Classroom

The discussion about learning and what constitutes “good learning” is almost always couched in the context of a classroom. Today’s students have more access to information and resources beyond the classroom than any prior generation. They can jump online and … Continue reading

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Self-Paced Lessons with Nearpod

“How do you keep students engaged and on task?” I am frequently asked this question when I train teachers on blended learning models. The concern implied in this question is that if I am not working directly with students that … Continue reading

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