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Back Channelling in the classroom…

Edna Sackson, Teaching and Learning Co-ordinator from Mount Scopus Memorial College in Melbourne, Australia, documented a model lesson I was teaching at my recent visit to their school. Edna graciously…

Langwitches Blog Turns 9 Years Old!

As I was working with teachers at the Goethe Schule in Buenos Aires, Argentina today, supporting them in creating their own new blogs for professional development and to document their…

Interested in Working and Learning with Langwitches in 2015?

Readers of the Langwitches blog know the passion I have for sharing my work and own learning path around of 21st century, modern, contemporary, the “now” literacies with educators and…

Building a Professional Development Hub for your School- Part 1- Why?

Teachers and administrators struggle to find time to work together in a meaningful way. There are plenty of meetings scheduled. Many teachers leave these meetings though with the feeling of…

Designing New Literacies

In Mike FIsher and my keynote/workshop last week at the Wildly Excited Conference at the Grand Rapids State University in Michigan, I shared the following blended sketchnote (blended= self-drawn doodles/sketches…