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Let's Focus on the Learning

As I have moved through the state and talked with educators about learning through technology, including while working with MLTI (the Maine Learning Technology Initiative), too often the conversations focused on laptops and tablets and folks wondering if we could find devices that were less expensive. 259 more words

Focus On The Learning

What does assessment really mean? How do students know if they're learning?

Since the beginning of the new semester, I had the privileged to collaborate with education officers with the Ministry of Education – Student Achievement Branch with the goal to document student learning as it pertains to media literacy. 540 more words

21st Century Learning

Schools of Thought

The course I’m taking right now reviews the three school of thought for student learning.  Cognitive, Humanistic, and Behavioral. I have to say, I fall into all three. 106 more words


Student-led conferences - a lesson in trust

Over the years, student-led conferences have become increasingly popular in schools.

Instead of the parents and teachers talking about the child while the child sits at home, the child is there not only to hear the conversation but, in theory, lead it. 758 more words


engagement & experiences in undergraduate science education

This post is based on a presentation at the 2017 First-Year Science Educators’ Colloquium (FYSEC), and is also published on the Bioblog. 

At FYSEC20171,155 more words


How to Conduct an Archeological Dig and Write a Curricular Educational Priority

One of the very first steps one undertakes when developing a residential curriculum is crafting an educational priority. An educational priority is the basis upon which all other goals and outcomes are derived. 826 more words


January 2018 Monthly Roundup

Looking to expand your knowledge related to accreditation, higher education, program management, or performance management? Every month, we share a short list of articles or resources from around the web that may be interesting and valuable to NASPAA-accredited programs. 38 more words

Monthly Roundup