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When Teachers Become the Learners

As our world rapidly changes, the tools and resources we have access to dramatically impacts our opportunities for learning.  However, for educators to truly embrace the power of technology and create powerful learning experiences for their students, they have to experience this for themselves. 571 more words

Katie Martin

Teacher Education Circle (2)

This blog post has been waiting a LONG time to be written! The second meeting of the Teacher Education Circle was well before Christmas… Better late than never! 884 more words

Reflections On Teaching And Learning

Second Wave Change

Every once and a while I check online to see if my favorite literacies scholar, Allan Luke, has presented something new I can learn from. 59 more words


What does Smt. Kapila Khandvala College of Education mean to you?

Teacher Education

Research from The Educational Forum: edTPA and Illusions of Rigor (Part 1)

Today’s blogger is Dr. Alison G. Dover (@AlisonDover1), Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Inquiry and Curriculum Studies at Northeastern Illinois University. She writes here in the first of a two-part series to describe research recently published in an… 569 more words

Teacher Education

A Job—The Ultimate Goal

“Beginning student teaching is going to be a scary experience.”

…at least that’s what I told my fellow cohort members/friends at Rowan University back at the start of Clinical Internship I in 2014. 692 more words

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How to Enjoy Reading: Slice of Life

Photo CC-By Bob

I’m a relentless tinkerer in my classes and rarely start a semester the same way twice. But there is one thing I do on the first day of Children’s Literature that never changes. 1,513 more words