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Education is a reflective practice. This blog provides my views on educational leadership, effective technology integration, innovation, and creating a student-centered learning culture. Sunday, April 15, 2018 Shifting from Passive to Active Learning “Nothing could be more absurd than an experiment in which computers are placed in a classroom where nothing else is changed.” - Seymour Papert When it comes to improving outcomes in the digital age, efficacy matters more than ever. Billions of dollars are spent across the world on technology with the hopes that it will lead to better results.
This afternoon for lunch and after lunch, I had the wonderful opportunity to join our 6th and 7th grade science teachers at the bi-monthly meeting of the Oklahoma STEM Consortium facilitated by Anissa Angier (@AnissaSmiles). Anissa is the “K12 STEM Instructional Facilitator” for Edmond Public Schools, and has been helping organize and lead this [...]
Select Page Extended Sessions Select one for Friday & one for Saturday Sonya terBorg - Prioritize Play Elemenatry, Middle & High School Audience Play is work. If you watch children play you will see they are born inquirers and have a thirst for play. How does it work? What is inside? How can I fix it? Can I take it apart? The learning that occurs through play and the skills that develop are the currency of the future: the innovation, iteration, ideas, collaboration, and creations which will create an impact.