Category Archives: Learning

I Connect, Therefore I Learn

Is it possible to learn without being connected? How does the strength of an individual’s network impact their value as an employee? Why should employers encourage their employees to build robust personal and social networks? Established learning theories, like behaviorism, … Continue reading

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Math Journals: Adaptive Software + A Metacognitive Practice

As a blended learning coach, I spend time in classrooms where teachers use adaptive software to provide students with personalized math practice. Often a station rotation lesson for math is composed of: a teacher-led station for direct instruction and modeling. … Continue reading

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Blended Learning: 8 Respectful Routines

One of the biggest challenges many teachers face when shifting from traditional teacher-led instruction to blended learning models is the release of control from the teacher to the student. Ideally, blended learning models are designed to give students more control … Continue reading

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