Blended Hardware
Feb17

Blended Hardware

Blended Hardware How hardware is an essential component of blended learning and individualized instruction. SMARTER SCHOOLS | by Michael Spencer Blended learning is a mix of not just online and offline instruction, but of several different necessary items including the right hardware, curriculum, instruction, and individualized instruction. This second column in a series specifically discusses ideas and considerations surrounding the...

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University of Wisconsin announces the Appointment of Jon Nordmeyer as the new International Programs Director

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI— WIDA announces the appointment of Jon Nordmeyer as the new International Programs Director. Jon comes to WIDA with more than 20 years of experience teaching at international schools in China, Ecuador, The Netherlands, Taiwan, Turkey, and most recently, Thailand. Jon’s role as new International Programs Director will be essential in guiding the expansion of WIDA’s work in international contexts....

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What will be the most significant classroom innovation in the next 10 years?
Feb16

What will be the most significant classroom innovation in the next 10 years?

by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano, Globally Connected Learning Consultant cross posted to the Langwitches Blog What a catching blog post title. It might have caught your attention because of the keywords “the most significant” and “innovations” and a promise of a prediction to guide you into the future. Taking into consideration that devices, such as the iPhone, which changed an entire culture of anytime and anywhere connectedness,...

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A Teaching Couple’s Experience at an International Job Fair
Feb15

A Teaching Couple’s Experience at an International Job Fair

By Alisha Feitosa, English teacher at Chapel School, São Paulo, Brazil cross posted from Method in the Madness blog My husband (a Physics teacher) and I recently returned from an international job fair. We were fortunate to come out of the experience with new jobs and many positive experiences, but the process is so intense that I’d be happy not to go through it again anytime soon. The IB curriculum we teach encourages students to be...

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Circuit Challenge Hits the (Learning) Targets

by Jennifer Peterson, Lower School Teaching and Learning Coach Graded- The American School of São Paulo, Brazil Students love a challenge. But if you mix in a little science, technology and engineering, they may just get crazy. And if the challenge is open-ended enough to demand creativity and innovation? Oh, that may just make them gaga. Now imagine students taking on the circuit design challenge the final 4 days before the holiday...

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