Barbara tells how she learned to love learning and why being a bad student doesn’t mean she cannot learn.
As a parent and educator, you always hope that your children and students find their purpose and passion and then live it. My daughter, Sara Zimmerman, is living her passion better than many people I know. She’s an artist, web designer, musician, climber, mom, wife, daughter, sister, and now author. Check out “Unearthed Comics” where …
Barbara reflects that it is time for a revolution and on how Personalizing Learning will be the catalyst for changing education.
Video tutorial on Voice comments to use with Google Docs. Thank you Jennifer Roberts!
Jon Corripo asked his students what BYOD is and they created this video to inform the world. Enjoy!
Read why a learner needs to drive their learning. Barbara uses the metaphor of driving a car and why it takes trust to be a passenger.
Anytime anywhere is supposed to be mean that you can access content and others 24/7/365. But it also means that you are expected to be available anytime anywhere. How does this impact you?
Reflection about mindset and what a growth and fixed mindset means and everyone is born with a growth mindset and potential to do whatever they want to do.
Being creative means looking at the world and at things in different ways. Richard Mason changed the way he delivers his new book on the iPad. Check out the tips to be creative.
It’s about the philosophy you embrace around personalizing learning. If it’s all about the learner and starting with them, then everything about teaching and learning changes. Technology supports personalizing learning but should not be the focus.