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Teachers Are the Real Change Agents

Over the past four years, I have learned that meaningful education reform begins with teachers. There are so many voices with an opinion about education–policy makers, parents, administrators, and community members–but none of these stakeholders has the ability to transform learning for students like teachers. 259 more words

Reflections

The Ten Faces of Innovation

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Image CreditHere is a video I created for a #DrexelEdDCH5 project based on The Ten Faces of Innovation by Tom Kelley and Jonathan Littman. 127 more words

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6 Ways Technology is Changing Education for the Better

Technology is disruptive. Education technology is in a whole new league. Breaking down the traditional barriers of the school system, it has led to revolutionary changes in the education sector. 576 more words

Education

Diversity and Equity

*Warning – this post has over 3,700 words.  It will deal will some very strong issues of education in our state as they relate to my equity and diversity course and the associated readings that we covered this past semester.   3,765 more words

Scott Haselwood

EDUCATION REFORM: ‘PEDAGOGY FIRST, TECHNOLOGY SECOND’

“Pedagogy is the driver, technology the accelerator.” This popular thought has been making the rounds on social media, instilling the importance of “pedagogy first, technology second… 473 more words

Education

Teacher’s Toolkit: 10 Survival Tips for Testing Season

For many, April marks the beginning of pollen-related allergies, longer days, and less layers. For educators, it means testing season is upon us. With administration piling high, and pressure steadily mounting, preparations for state tests are in full swing across the country. 579 more words

Education

HOW TO MOVE THE CONVERSATION FROM GRADES TO LEARNING

“We need to shift the focus from grades to learning.” This is a big statement to make, full of complex notions and far-reaching ideals. We live in a world where test scores determine the end goal for most schools and universities, making it close to impossible for us to imagine an alternative, but despite our rigid system, the conversation is moving. 482 more words

Education