Advice from Authentic Learning and PBL Experts

Advice from Authentic Learning and PBL Experts

As Google Hangouts on Air has evolved it’s become a great tool to curate and share learning. I’ve certainly enjoyed the live panel discussions I’ve done around the Next Generation Science Standards and Literacy for 21st Century Learners pulling...
Was Life in the Middle Ages Really a Fairytale, Continued

Was Life in the Middle Ages Really a Fairytale, Continued

Guest Blogger Stella Baker is an English Language Arts teacher at Owsley County Middle School. She has been teaching in Kentucky schools for 29 years. Over that period of time she has taught a variety of subjects and grade levels, but has always returned to middle...
Innovation Leaders: Lessons from Educational Technology

Innovation Leaders: Lessons from Educational Technology

The graphic shown below, re-tweeted by Mike Paul from Jonathan Brubaker caught my fancy.  I liked both the illustrated impact of educational technology from substitution to redefinition, speaking to the power of technology to foster change in classroom practice, and...

Was Life in the Middle Ages Really a Fairy Tale?

Guest Blogger Stella Baker is an English Language Arts teacher at Owsley County Middle School. She has been teaching in Kentucky schools for 29 years. Over that period of time she has taught a variety of subjects and grade levels, but has always returned to middle...
Authentic and Project Based Learning

Authentic and Project Based Learning

The Collaborative for Teaching and Learning had its inception in 1994 as a public-private partnership aimed at equipping Kentucky elementary teachers to implement the primary program, a key provision of the Kentucky Education Reform Act. The primary program grouped...