There have been many articulate discussions debating the differences between data collection and data analysis. What do educators actually do with data in each scenario? To add to the layers of complexity, there are intentional moves to clarify the difference … (Read More) Sustainable Collaboration is a Team Sport
Enter the front doors of Murtaugh Elementary School and it’s hard to believe that school is in session. Actually, it’s more in line with a day spa experience – Disney music plays, the air is fragrant, and the design hints … (Read More) Murtaugh: A Hidden Gem
Sonic Odyssey, Garage Band, Skype, Photo Story, Google Talk, Doozla….They’re all apps that make the learning wheels on the bus go ‘round and ‘round and they are just a handful of the educational tools that are becoming a natural … (Read More) Digital Media in the ELA Classroom
According to Teton School District Superintendent Monte Woolstenhulme, Megan Bybee, principal at Rendezvous Upper Elementary School, is the “go to” person when it comes to developing a sustainable infrastructure of partnerships that result in systems change. In fact, Bybee has … (Read More) A True Systems Change Approach
Jared Gee is starting his sixth year as a math, science, and ACT Prep instructor, and according to Sugar Salem School District’s Superintendent Dr. Alan Dunn, he’s not a just a user of technology but an “experimental teacher of a … (Read More) A Flipped Classroom – where the word “watch” is a five-letter word.