Posts Tagged “collaboration”

The Digital Learning Collaborative. Where we’ve been and where we’re going.

By | February 11, 2010

This is a post which lives at the St. Vrain Instructional Technology Blog.  Share your thoughts here or head over to the original post and let us know what you’re thinking. ———————————————– Back in October, we kicked off the Digital Learning Collaborative program here in SVVSD. The program was formed from a desire to revamp […]

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Conversation Starters

By | March 14, 2009


Since Katie Morrow and I spent some time in our last Always On podcast talking about professional development, it got me to thinking about some of the strategies trainers can use to get teachers talking. As part of our regular 1:1 teacher meetings this year and during the district Technology Learning Facilitator meetings in my […]

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Imagine That

By | February 27, 2009


Imagine that your school has been asked to host a visit from a group of international delegates who are interested in learning how you use technology to communicate, mentor, and collaborate with other schools both in town and around the world. Now imagine that the delegates are from Saudi Arabia and are visiting the United […]

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Collaboration Collection

By | February 24, 2009

Over the past several months, I’ve had the honor of working with a group of wonderful educators from the New Jersey Powerful Learning Practice program.  My focus with the group was on Collaboration: How can educators use collaborative strategies both in the classroom and in their own professional growth? We’ve spent time learning about the […]

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On Becoming an Expert

By | November 30, 2008

Much to my delight and surprise, I’ve been asked to serve as an “expert voice” for the New Jersey Powerful Learning Practice (NJPLP) virtual community. Powerful Learning Practice is a program designed to impact instructional methodologies and beliefs by using a combination of real and virtual experiences to build knowledge within a community of teachers, […]

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By | November 13, 2008

42. If it were the number of students in your class, it might seem like an impossibly large number.  If it were the amount of minutes you spent per subject each day, it might seem a bit rushed.  But what if you knew that 42 is the average number of people who respond and react […]

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