Ah... the acronym! Education's favorite jargon tool! But what is the difference between Project, Problem, and Challenge based learning? They all share commonalities and they each strive to enable a student-centered, collaborative approach to learni
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March in 4C is an exciting time! The tulips are popping up all over the Netherlands and our students are working away at writing their very own myths.
This year our math curriculum is currently under review. We have been using Everyday Math up until this point. A program I am familiar with, but do not love (Sorry EDM)! The benefits to having used EDM for years is that I know it well enough to foll
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During course one, I had a little go at revamping my blog. I wish I had some screenshots of the very original site, but alas, I did not have that much for
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Explicitly teaching students about the importance and the intricacies of privacy online is as importan
With technology providing information at our fingertips, teaching and learning are undergoing a transformation. The role of the teacher is changing from instructor to facilitator. Technology has the potential to completely shift what learning lo
Student Choice + Student Engagement = Authentic learning
Sounds so simple, right? But how do we actually do this as educators? (Isn't there an app for that?)
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As I begin my COETAIL journey, my head is spinning with information overload!
Up until now, social media has been something I use to connect with my friends and family around the world. My facebook posts include the standard snapshots from my t