Game-Based Learning (GBL) is another great pedagogical model for engaging students, and the term is more expansive and complex than you might think. It can range from pencil and paper games to massive online games like...Read More.
Rubrics are a beast. Grrrrrrr! They are time-consuming to construct, challenging to write and sometimes hard to use effectively. They are everywhere. There are rubrics all over the web, plus tools to create them, and as educators, it...Read More.
I know many teachers use graphic novels and comics in the classroom. There are amazing books on the subject that include useful tools on how to effectively implement these resources for learning. The main thing teachers need to consider is purpose. I know, we love books and tools, but just like...Read More.
As mobile learning becomes more and more prevalent, we must find effective ways to leverage mobile tools in the classroom.Read More.
"Not multicultural education, just excellent education." -- William Ayers
I had the privilege of attending (and presenting) at the National Association for Multicultural Education International...Read More.
We've heard this story before. The first thing to go in budget cuts is the visual art program or another related art. Proponents of arts education counter with the usual rhetoric on the importance of self-expression and creativity. I, myself, am a product of arts education.
In the last post I wrote, I explained many of the important elements in a game-based learning unit. GBL continues to get national press. Game design company...Read More.
Game-based learning (GBL) is getting a lot press. It is an innovative practice that is working to engage kids in learning important 21st century skills and content. Dr. Judy Willis in a previous post wrote about the...Read More.