Posted in November 2014

Keynote – Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools w @michaelbhorn #iNACOL14 #BlendedLearning

The final keynote of #iNACOL14 was given by Michael Horn, author of Blended and Disrupting Class. This was my favorite keynote of the conference. I read Disrupting Class a couple years back and Horn’s talk made me want to go back and skim over some sections. My notes, in tweets: #blendedlearning: 1. promise of personalization – … Continue reading

Resource Odds & Ends from #iNACOL14 Afternoon Sessions

Some odds & ends from afternoon sessions — Discover Open Tools for Personalized Learning Competency Education Toolkit for Curriculum, Assessment, Instruction, & Grading (a ton of documents shared in this session) Using ePortfolios to Evaluate Teachers for Idaho’s K-12 Online Teaching Endorsement Full notes here…

Keynote #2: Education Reimagine w @salkhanacademy @khanacademy #iNACOL14

Video instruction can feel like a judgement free, on demand learning environment #iNACOL14 — Stacey Roshan (@buddyxo) November 5, 2014 Videos are just a start. A real education involves human beings, interaction, community, … ~@salkhanacademy #iNACOL14 — Stacey Roshan (@buddyxo) November 5, 2014 “Online learning isn’t to replace the physical classroom; it’s to liberate the … Continue reading

Innovations in Blended Learning: Creating a SS-Centered Lrning Enviorn @elliotsanchez @tvanderark @cvanderark #iNACOL14

Blended learning offers multiple curricula paths, which pushes toward greater student-centered pedagogy #blendedjourney #iNACOL14 — Sean Michael Morris (@slamteacher) November 5, 2014 Blended Learning Innovations: 10 major trends via @tvanderark #iNACOL14 #blendedjourney — Stacey Roshan (@buddyxo) November 5, 2014   Blended Learning Innovations: 10 Major Trends paper by @DreamBox_Learn & @Getting_Smart #BlendedJourney — … Continue reading