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.
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.
Barbara takes a look at social media and what “friends” mean as she prepares for her presentations at ISTE 2012.