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Flipped Learning in the Elementary Classroom

Community Engagement Project In the past eight weeks, work has been going into the development of a community engagement project in our EDTC 6104 class in the Digital Education Leadership program. The purpose of the community engagement project is to dig deeper into a relevant topic and share your learning with your professional learning network,…

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Moving Forward with Blended Learning

Blended learning, also known as hybrid learning, has become ubiquitous in schools, academic institutions and companies around the world. In the past two decades, blended learning has evolved into many forms, has taken different shapes and has been used in multiple settings. The recent global pandemic has forever changed the educational landscape for students, teachers,…

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Flipped Learning: Teacher-Centered to Student-Centered

ISTE Standard for Coaches 4:3b “Establish trusting and respectful coaching relationships that encourage educators to explore new instructional strategies.” The flipped learning approach has steadily grown in popularity, especially in the last two decades. There is increasing interest in the flipped classroom community which signifies that more and more educators have implemented some form of…

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Growth versus Fixed: Mindsets Matter

Think of yourself as a learner.  How did you get to where you are right now?  What belief system helped you get there?  Or what belief system adversely impacted your journey in getting where you want to be? In 2006, Carol Dweck, an American psychologist, author and professor at Stanford University, published a book called…

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“There’s a tool for that!”

As a teacher, the words optimal, effective, most suitable, best, efficient, maximum and greatest often catch my attention.  I have discovered early in my career that time is of the essence. Time is something that I always need, and most often, not have enough of. It is something I want to redeem and not waste….