Personalized Professional Learning: Literature Review

I recently graduated from Western Governors University with a Masters of Science in Educational Leadership. My research, and a HUGE personal interest of mine, was centered on Personalized Professional Learning. While my big research question and the action research I conducted focused on small changes with a group of teachers that I’ve blogged about before,… Read More Personalized Professional Learning: Literature Review

The Aerodynamics of Exceptional Schools – @Cultofpedagogy at #SXSWEDU

This morning I watched and listened carefully to Jennifer Gonzalez’s keynote from South by Southwest EDU conference. I’m blown away by the opportunity to learn from keynote speakers even when I’m not able to attend conferences. There are so many experiences at a conference that I know I miss out on when I can’t attend.… Read More The Aerodynamics of Exceptional Schools – @Cultofpedagogy at #SXSWEDU

Linking Learning Menus to Portrait of a Graduate: A Work in Progress

This is the second guest post from Nikki Lehman and Kristin Dreyer. To read the first part of this series, please visit this blog post! As We Finish The Unit For the most part, our students navigated the learning menu well, participated in all activities/assessments, and enjoyed the opportunity to respond to American Born Chinese… Read More Linking Learning Menus to Portrait of a Graduate: A Work in Progress

Linking Learning Menus to Portrait of a Graduate: A Work in Progress

The following is a guest post by Kristin Dreyer and Nikki Lehman. They are writing a series of posts detailing their work in redesigning a unit of study. This series will include before, during and reflective posts. You can find Nikki and Kristin on Twitter – @CHS_Writer @krdreyer12. Before Beginning the Unit Once we learned… Read More Linking Learning Menus to Portrait of a Graduate: A Work in Progress