Welcome to a series of journal entries that will reflect on my journey towards defining and redefining my understanding, application, analysis, and evaluation on digital citizenship within both my personal and professional environments. Continue reading “Reflections on Digital Citizenship”
Project based learning works. It does. All the case studies I have read so far say so. They do! But don’t just take my word for it, Continue reading “Finding What’s Missing: Structured ICT in PBeL”
Welcome to Session 1: Introduction to Project Based eLearning!
The following artifacts are what you will need in order to conduct the introductory session of alternate professional development for Project Based eLearning (PBeL) 3-5. I have shared each link for anyone to comment, so feel free to comment away!
“We often ask questions about how students learn, but not often about how teachers learn.” -Allison Gulamhussein, Center for Public Education
Per the report Teaching the Teachers: Effective Professional Development in an Era of High Stakes Accountability by the Center for Public Education, the first principle states that “the duration of professional development must be significant and ongoing…” (Gulamhussein, p. 14). Continue reading “Schedule of Alternate Professional Development for PBeL 3-5”