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

Teacher-Led Professional Learning

The ISTE Teacher Standard 5 provides four benchmarks for teachers to continuously improve their professional practice, model lifelong learning, and exhibit leadership in their school and professional community by promoting and demonstrating the effective use of digital tools and resources? My focus areas were: “exhibit leadership by demonstrating a …

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Creating a Shared Vision for an Acceptable Use Policy and Digital Citizenship Curriculum

The ISTE Teacher Standard 4 provides four benchmarks for promoting and modeling digital citizenship and responsibility. My focus is to “address the diverse needs of all learners by using learner-centered strategies providing equitable access to appropriate digital tools and resources” (ISTE 2016). My Question How can a school promote …

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Global Collaborative Project Part II – One Down, Two to Go!

GCP = End-of-Year Bliss At this moment, I am marveling at my students’ ability to pick up a project and run with it. At a time of year when a teacher might expect students’ interest and motivation levels to be waning, the possibility to connect with other children who live …

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