History of Personalized Learning

This speech was so good, I'm just gonna share it.  Thank you @audreywatters. http://hackeducation.com/2017/06/09/personalization       

#Intentional: Learnin’ is Earnin’

When I started my Master program in Educational Technology at the American College of Education back in 2012, my plan was to just learn what I could about the concepts and processes involved in EdTech so I could apply them in the classroom and with my colleagues in Education.  After completing the program and applying …

#Intentional: Someone Saved My Life Tonight…

I've been teaching for 13 years and like most teachers, we aren't always sure if what we've taught be it academic or life skill, made a difference in a child's life.  Some we never see again after they move on from our building; others, we see occasionally, but beyond, "I'm doing well". we just don't …

#Intentional: Race, Education, and Motive for Learning… A Reflection

So John Hopkins did a study.  I like it when they do; they're very good at this sort of thing in the educational realm.  In this study, they looked at black children, grades 3 - 5 and who taught them.  They discovered that for low income black students, having at least one black teacher helped …

#Intentional: The Summer of Learning Dangerously

I'm addicted to learning.  If I'm not in the midst of researching something new or learning a new skill, I feel as if my life has no meaning.  I've been told there's a cure for this.  I don't want it.  (damn, that sounded like lyrics to a R&B oldie, huh?)  I love learning dangerously.  I'll …