Some say that teaching is 90% theft and 10% ingenuity. Theft. What a dreadful way to describe what we do. I'm sure you've used someone else's material or ideas, probably lots of times, but don't let anyone call you a thief. You are not this bunny.
As I near the end of course 1, I'm considering how I can get my students to collaborate more, to draw on each others' strengths, to mess around with technology, and to figure things out for themselves. My Grade 9 extended math class is currently le
A few weeks ago I wrote about the connected networks of trees in this blog-post. It was the first of many a-ha! moments in the few short weeks of my COETAIL journey. My latest a-ha! moment came while reading Collaborative Learning for the Digital
[caption id="attachment_21" align="alignright" width="300"] Catching a Firefly by Neville Nel[/caption]
In principle, I find my perspectives on teaching and learning shifting. The more I read and watch about 21st century learning and 21st century
Much has been written about networks and connectivity lately. New research indicates that trees in a forest are connected through a network of bacteria and fungal strands, and that when you dig down to this level it is difficult to tell where one org