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    Free to Learn & Fail

    When implementing passion projects, the most important lesson I've learned (and want to share with you) is that students must be free to learn...and FAIL. Without the ability to struggle, grow bored, change topics, the process is a little meanin
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    Applications, Criticism, and Procrastiworking

    Yesterday, I applied to a doctoral program in educational technology. That was a surprisingly hard sentence to type. Let me try it again. Yesterday, I applied to a doctoral program in educational technology. Ok, a little easier that time, b
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    Redefining the Readers Workshop: My Course 5 Final Project

    Photo Credit: harvlad Flickr via Compfight cc The why For the final project, Morgan and I decided to use the reading strategies my students had learned in our first two units of the Readers Workshop to create reading strategy videos. We knew th
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    Tweaks and Improvements

    After our first #GBCreatingInnovators meeting I realized that going a month between meetings would be too long and I was afraid that our momentum might fade. I brainstormed ways to publicize our group and keep up the discussion open in the time betwe
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    Shaping generations, one life at a time...

    [embed]https://www.flickr.com/photos/hanuska/17370353818/[/embed] The other day I read a post by Alfie Kohn where he says "We can’t answer the question “Is tech useful in schools?” until we’ve grappled with a deeper question: “What kind