Originally published here: http://txeduchat.com/creating-a-student-led-classroom/
Originally published here: https://plus.google.com/+KyleBeattyFCS/posts
Originally published here: http://catherined2014.wordpress.com/2014/07/28/we-all-have-the-power-should-we-choose-to-use-it/
What is "Genius Hour"?
Genius hour is a movement that allows students to explore their own passions and encourages creativity in the classroom. It provides students a choice in what they learn during a set period of time during school. (Source: http://www.geniushour.com)
The narrator, Chris, used a quote of mine with permission in the middle of this video (1:13 - 1:21).
Originally published here: http://www.edison.k12.nj.us/Page/5858
Originally published here: http://ict-dev.com/k12/curious-about-mystery-skype-get-the-skinny-here/
Originally published here: http://mesmrswhitesclass.blogspot.com/2014/07/new-tech-geniushour-set-up-traces-room.html
A recap of the hour long discussion can be found here: http://imagination.is/2014/07/got-genius-google-hangout-recap/#.U9VRU15JaXR
While checking out the tweets of one of my Twitter colleagues, @MrsMorgansClass, I noticed that she used Remind to send out text messages or emails before each #2ndchat and so I decided to do the same for #5thchat. (Turns out it was @BevLadd who started the idea with #2ndchat.) Ben Brazeau blogged about doing the same for #sstlap here: http://timetravelingteach.weebly.com/sstlap/balancing-expectations-with-engagement
Originally posted here: http://eduslam.me/2014/07/23/rethinking-assessment-digital-portfolios-with-paulsolarz/
In order to meet the requirements for our new evaluation system, I have created this digital scrapbook to document my contributions to education.