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From Graveyard Rows to Artificial Intelligence: EdCats Unlearn to Lead

By Tonnie Martinez, Ph.D.

“We still have a lot students seated in graveyard rows,” lamented the graduate student as she sifted through hundreds of sketches. The future teachers had been asked to sketch a classroom and interestingly, most of the sketches depicted chairs in rows with the teacher as the focal point of the classroom. 515 more words

From Makerspace to Maker-classroom

My school created a large makerspace in our media center and technology lab 2 years ago. This year I decided to create my own mini makerspace in my classroom. 499 more words

Standard 5

Genius Hour: week 30

“Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.” – Paul J. Meyer

Scholarly Objectives… 359 more words

Looking to the Future: Assessing Innovation in the Classroom (A new eBook from @FreshGrade)

One of the most pressing questions I hear from teachers is: How do I guide my students to create and innovate in the classroom while still meeting education’s expectations? 488 more words


Genius Hour: week 29

“Experience is the teacher of all things.” – Julius Caesar

Scholarly Objectives


  • I can work on my group project.


What does my ideal classroom look like? #GeniusHour...all day...every day Week 2 #IMMOOC #LCInnovation

My ideal classroom would look like…Genius Hour. But not just for one hour…it would be Genius Day – all day, every day. It’s learners exploring and sharing their own unique genius-ness. 449 more words