Category: ISTE Standards Students

A Deep Dive Into Problem-based Learning at the End

For my culminating project in the Seattle Pacific University MEd in Digital Leadership program, I chose to align district needs with the creation of 1 credit cross-disciplinary technology workshop.  This work showcases my application of adult learning theory, professional development principles, and International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) student, teacher, and coach standards. To determine…


Collaborative Whiteboard Tool Review

The tool I’m trying out for my resolution of this week’s question is Lino.  One difficulty is imbedding the whiteboard canvas in my blog.  It just refuses to size correctly even with a lot of tweaking to the html code.   All in all, the use of Google Keep and Blogger were found to be…


Add SAMR to your Tech Tool Checklist

As a teacher tech coach, learning and investigating new tools is second nature.  For the past eight years I’ve evaluated them.  They are a dime a dozen, here today and gone tomorrow.  Ranging from free to “for cost,” beta startup to established, collaborative to personalized and differentiated, even common core aligned, they are out there…


Information Opportunity or Information Overload

As I approach the midway point of the course I’m taking, Teaching, Learning, and Assessment, the concept that is sticking with me the most is the idea of where knowledge comes from in the classroom of 2016. As Bates (n.d) points out in his text, we have moved far from an isolated objectivist and behaviorist…


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