It is important to capture the moment and reflect on it. Barbara shares the process she uses to help her pause, reflect, and write.
Communities are based on trust and respect. Barbara shares some ideas of building a learning community right from the beginning of school.
Data mining means that each of us has at least 150,000 data points about us. What does that mean? Why?
Getty Images finds images used illegally and then demands payment. Pinterest and Getty Images are in a battle over use of images and this can impact you.
The 21st century is already here but teachers are still talking about learning technology skills. Barbara takes a stance to flip learning so students are more involved.
Barbara takes a look at social media and what “friends” mean as she prepares for her presentations at ISTE 2012.
Pat Donohue shares Studio-Based Learning (SBL) is where students undertake a design project under the supervision of a master designer.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) provides the framework to design personalized learning environments where all learners are motivated to learn.
Building communities takes trust, an online presence, and a facilitator to nudge people to participate. There are multiple types of communities including social media but without trust or a leader, only 1-10% contribute.
Kathleen McClaskey interviewed Greg Wilborn, Personalized Learning Coordinator at Colorado Springs who shared their journey to move to personalizing learning for all learners.