Instructional Strategies

Engaging Assessment: Learning from Gaming

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How can we use assessment to drive effort and achievement? How do we engage our students to take ownership of their
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New Learning with ClassFlow

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I have always loved learning new things. For me, being an effective educator means continuous learning.  For the past month I have
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A Book Writing Journey

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Once upon a time there was a thought, an idea, a concept waiting to emerge. Three acquaintances became friends through the
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Back to School BOOK Specials

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UPDATE: If you are reading this blog now, the “deals” below are no longer available. The books are still available, just
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#EduCoach Blog Challenge is BACK!

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  Last October (2015), during Connected Educator Month, the #EduCoach Twitter Community took part in a blog challenge. Many educators used
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Blogging To Enhance Your Professional Practice

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This post is a guest post I wrote for ASCD Inservice during Connected Educator Month 2015. The original post can be
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The Marshmallow Challenge

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Photo Credit: Wesley Fryer Put a room for of adults into small groups and  give each group 10 sticks of uncooked spaghetti, 1
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Get Ready for the #educoach Blog Challenge

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Note: This blog challenge ran in the month of October 2015. Participants like the challenge so much that they wanted to
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Is Cursive Necessary?

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As an educational consultant I get all types of questions from teachers. Many questions are reflections as they ponder the ever changing field
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Reflecting on Blog Data

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The first week of the Slice of Life 2015 Blogging Challenge is in the books. I was reluctant to sign up
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