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Seesaw Skills, Assessment and Parent Feedback

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Last week I had an opportunity to attend the LLI Southwest Conference at The Oakridge School in Arlington, Texas, and present with two of our second grade teachers about our “Seesaw Skills iPad Pilot Project,” which I’m leading this year with teachers in our Lower Division at

A Breakdown Of Blended Learning

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A Breakdown Of Blended Learning - Infographic A breakdown of Blended Learning - What it is, models, stats and what the future holds. What is blended learning? Today's classroom blends traditional methods of instruction with digital instruction for a variety of learning possibilities. Models of blended learning There are a variety of effective blended learning […]


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New study casts doubts on effectiveness of personalized learning program in New Jersey

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In the fall of 2015, five schools in the industrial port city of Elizabeth, New Jersey, dumped their usual math curriculum and started teaching their middle school students through a computerized system called “Teach to One.” It was an experiment in so-called “personalized learning,” where algorithms churned out customized lessons for each student. Many of […]


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Exploring the CAO Role in Digital Learning

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EDUCAUSE Review Search Advertisement Exploring the CAO Role in Digital Learning Authors: by and Published: Monday, February 25, 2019 What is the role of provosts/CAOs in campus efforts to bring digital resources into gateway courses? What do provosts/CAOs learn when they are involved in new initiatives to do so? Credits: By Bloomicon / Shutterstock.com © 2019 | By Joseph Sohm / Shutterstock.com © 2019 | By wavebreakmedia / Shutterstock.com © 2019 Who has most often led the campus efforts to advance and support technology-enhanced pedagogy and instructional innovation: the chief academic officer (CAO , often referred to as the provost) or the chief information officer (CIO)? Beginning with the arrival of IBM PCs and Macs on campuses in the early/mid-1980s, much (perhaps most) of the campus discussion about the institutional leadership for technology and digital pedagogy has focused on (or involved) CIOs.

4 Amazing Ways To Uplift Boring Compliance Training With Microlearning

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4 Amazing Ways To Uplift Boring Compliance Training With Microlearning Infographic If you are looking for ways to make your compliance training compelling and interesting, read on! In this infographic, I show you how you can uplift your compliance training with microlearning and, successfully, meet your mandate. 4 Examples Of Innovative Ways Through Which The […]


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The Beginner’s Guide To Adaptive Learning: 5 Questions To Consider

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The Beginner’s Guide To Adaptive Learning: 5 Questions To Consider Infographic The concept of adaptive learning is not new. In fact, in classroom training conducted for a small group of people, based on their experience as well as their understanding of the learners’ knowledge levels, instructors practice adaptive learning. If a learner has been unable […]


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Weeknote 08/2019

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This week I’ve been: Sending out Issue #333 of my Thought Shrapnel newsletter. It was entitled, ‘Bad puns are how eye roll’ and was, as ever, made possible via those who support me on Patreon. Taking Monday and Tuesday as holiday. As a family we visited Jorvik Viking Centre, Magna Science Adventure Centre, and Fountains Abbey, which were all great! In fact, […]