Category Archives: Learning

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Literature Circle Discussion: Part II- Another Layer

In Part 1 of Literature Circle Discussions, I shared 6th Grade Humanities teacher, Emily Vallillo‘s well structured and organized Literature Circle lesson. Literature circles are a way to support students…

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Standing on the Shoulder of My Network

In honor of Connected Educator Month, I wanted to pay tribute to educators who inspire me and I learn from daily, virtually and in person. They feed my professional soul,…

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Workflow and Learnflow

I have been using the words workflow and learnflow in conjunction with learning in the modern world. Workflow is defined by Wikipedia as: The sequence of industrial, administrative, or other…

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Connected Educators, Leaders and Schools

Connected students need connected teachers. Connected teachers need backing from connected administrators. Connected administrators create and support connected schools! What do I mean by connected? I am looking beyond the…

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The Connected Learners- A Book by Students for Teachers

We have heard plenty from teachers. We have heard plenty from educational “gurus” and theorists what students should/shouldn’t be learning and how we should/shouldn’t be teaching. I have written and…