For Every Standards Intersection: A Crosswalk

For Every Standards Intersection: A Crosswalk!

ISTE Coaching Standard 1 provides four benchmarks for technology coaches to inspire and participate in the development and implementation of a shared vision for the comprehensive integration of technology to promote excellence and support transformational change throughout the instructional environment. My focus is on benchmark d: Implement strategies for initiating and sustaining technology …

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Conference Proposal – Integrating Digital Citizenship: It’s Common Sense!

This quarter, for my Seattle Pacific Digital Education Leadership Master’s Degree coursework, I was asked to develop a proposal for a session or workshop at a professional learning event. I was given free choice for both topic and learning event. It did not take long for me to settle on a topic: …

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Global Collaborative Project Part III – Final Report

The Global Collaborative Project (GCP) requirement for the Seattle Pacific Digital Education Leadership program inspired me to flex my connectivist muscles, and to bring my students along for the run. I attempted three GCPs, the details of which you can read about in GCP Part I and Continue reading

Global Collaborative Project Part I – Ready, Set, Action!

My students and I have participated in Pernille Ripp’s Global Read Aloud for three years now, and so we are natural fans of global collaborative projects. By the way, the voting for next year’s books has begun! Click on the Global Read Aloud link above to continue or begin …

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Designing and Developing Digital Age Learning Experiences and Assessments

The ISTE Teacher Standard 2 provides four benchmarks for designing, developing, and evaluating authentic learning experiences and assessments, including a component about student mastery of ISTE Standards for Students. My focus is to “develop technology-enriched learning environments that enable all students to pursue their individual curiosities and become active …

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