Just think how much better I would be if I had been following this interest all these seventy years! Genius Hour in schools would provide students with a chance to discover their passions.
Writing. If you’re a writer, you know it isn’t easy. If you’re not a writer, you know it’s hard. Donald Murray assured us that “Writing is hard fun.” In our … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay Map Story
It’s Connected Educator Month! How will you connect with others outside of your school to empower yourself and share with others? I’m connecting in the University of Michigan’s Virtual Digital … Continue Reading Connected Educator Month #ce16 #immooc
I find it interesting that innovation in IMMOOC includes so many ideas that engage student voice – adding students to professional development, surveying them for their interests, encouraging genius projects. After … Continue Reading Agency #immooc #DigiLitSunday
A3: I love that students catch a vision for learning w/o the threat or reward of grades hanging over their heads. #geniushour #SoFLEdChat — Denise Krebs (@mrsdkrebs) February 12, … Continue Reading Slice of Life SOL Friend’s Quote
Yes! The #etmooc community continues to connect and learn, sharing our work and extending it forward. What have we been doing? I’ve found some interesting work done my #etmooc mentors — … Continue Reading #etmooc 3rd Anniversary
Rhizomatic Learning: I sense so I grow; I need, so I grow; I grow, so I discover; I discover, so I connect; I grow, so I share what I am; … Continue Reading Rhizome: Grow, nurtured together #etmooc
My Friend Joy Kirr, 7th grade LA teacher from Illinois, wants to do it all — learn all the time and apply that learning in the classroom to inspire and … Continue Reading I want to do it all… and remind me…
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