#ttlsummit in action @teachtolead #DitchSummit part of the new era of professional development: Guest post by @kwfaulk and @lucyduncunedu #TMILearns

What do comfortable clothes, a computer, a long school break, and professional development have in common? Engaged teachers in the Digital Age. Over this past winter break, several TMI faculty members were able to participate in the annual Ditch That Textbook Digital Summit (Ditch Summit), a nine-day virtual event held every December that brings together … Continue reading #ttlsummit in action @teachtolead #DitchSummit part of the new era of professional development: Guest post by @kwfaulk and @lucyduncunedu #TMILearns

German Education Part One: Project-Based Learning – #BLOG365 Day 261 @TOPTeachGermany #TOPStudyTour #PBL #PBLChat

I have been holding off on posting about German education because I knew it would be a meaty post that required some time to flush out. So, this will be part one of a small series on German education. I can't do justice to the German education system in one blog post! Before I begin … Continue reading German Education Part One: Project-Based Learning – #BLOG365 Day 261 @TOPTeachGermany #TOPStudyTour #PBL #PBLChat

Museum Monday: Does Real = Impact? – #BLOG365 Day 219

Does Real = Impact?  Completely fascinated with this idea presented in "Museums, Can We Stop Letting Objects Control the Narrative?" Being the object-based learning groupie I am feeling a bit of disequilibrium after reading this. But, the basics I agree with. Story is an important piece of the work of a museum. Dare I say, … Continue reading Museum Monday: Does Real = Impact? – #BLOG365 Day 219

Educators Are Kind of Like Cafeteria Line Patrons- #BLOG365 Day 186 #IMMOOC

  In the south we love cafeteria food. When I was a child my grandmother took me to Morrison's or S&S at least once a week. We pushed our trays along the line, picking and choosing from an assortment of options. In the south we like unlimited options, but reserve our right to be picky. We often … Continue reading Educators Are Kind of Like Cafeteria Line Patrons- #BLOG365 Day 186 #IMMOOC