It seems weird to me that we spend so much time learning about learning. We constantly reflect on our teaching practices and make changes to adjust to the ever changing needs of our students. Then why do we rarely use the same methods that work on our students when we are developing teachers? Research tells… Continue reading Web 2.0 for teachers
I had the opportunity to listen to a presentation last night about the generations in the work place. It is a very interesting idea to think about. I always thought that I was a young baby boomer, but I didn't think that I fit the profile of a baby boomer. I do have the belief… Continue reading What is this about generations in the work place?
I have spent a lot of time this year reflecting on what is happening in the classrooms in my school. Don't get me wrong-there are countless good things going on. I still have to wonder if some of the things we are doing would be considered authentic learning. What is authentic learning anyway? Research tells… Continue reading What is authentic learning?
I can't believe that it has been so long since I last posted a blog. I was making a presentation at the university last night, for another course that I am taking, on topic of teacher development and personal reflection. I can't imagine a better way to reflect, than on my blog. The last few… Continue reading So glad to be back!