Embedded PD: Enhancing Learning Experiences for Everyone

[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/xAkvqxUHqXk” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] I love it when a plan comes together and this was a school history project was fun to work on. Check out the video a local reporter put together.  It’s always nice to work with great people especially when they understand the model of embedded professional development. Judy Wegman,…

Students 2-Oh (My Gosh)

[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/gwQOyEwspKY” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] Just came across this this morning as I was skimming some “tweets” on my Twitter network this morning. Arthus, posted that he was checking on and talking up Student2.0. I’m excited about this. I love the line “Watch out Edublogosphere… the silent majority is here” at the end of…

Seeing 20/20

When I read this local district’s vision I immediately thought of School 2.0. First, this vision was created for and by the entire school community. That is the entire community, faculty, students, parents, administration, local organinzations like the Chamber of Commerce, local experts from local universities and businesses totalling over 500 people. This community sought…

Getting Others Started in E-Learning

I had the pleasure of being informally interviewed by Sue Waters from Perth, Australia. Sue had reached out to her network of online colleagues (via Twitter, Google Talk, and Gmail) to solicit input on how to get other educators to experience the benefits of e-learning. The interview was a conversation and she did a good…

Intelligent Classroom – The List

I’ve received about a dozen comments on the Intelligent Classroom post last month and several emails. Many of you questioned whether we should be discussing the technology at all while others mentioned that sometimes it is about the technology. There was also some mention of technology that we should be rid of… like filters. I…

css.php