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Curating Learning for Teacher and Students

How can I support educators in allowing students to be curators of their own learning instead of just supplying students with the resources they “need” and putting a ceiling on student learning? This is the question I sought to answer … Continue reading

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Teacher Empowerment that Leads to Student Empowerment

As part of my assignment in my course this term I was asked to dig deeper into the ISTE Student Standards. For the first assignment we are specifically focusing on ISTE Student Standard 1: Empowered Learner. As I was reading … Continue reading

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Digital Readiness: One Districts Path for Preparing Students for a Digital World

For my Values, Ethics and Foundations course this term I had the opportunity to interview the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) in my district about our districts digital readiness. The interview questions were based off of Ribble’s nine elements of digital … Continue reading

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Metacognition in the Classroom

As I begin my graduate program, my first course EDTC 6100: Digital Education Leadership Orientation gave me the opportunity to learn more about reflective assessment strategies and why teachers and schools might choose to use them. Reflective assessment strategies are … Continue reading

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