Category Archives: Student Voice

Social Profiles Matter

Over the course of the past two years (or potentially longer) I have loudly been proclaiming that classroom assessment must be coupled with an urgency to provide and enrich student learning by building opportunities that allow for the curation of … Continue reading

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Technology No Longer Matters

There’s something  very exciting happening in my Communications Technology classes. Technology no longer matters. This is not to say that tech curriculum is not being served (it is) but rather that the formal curriculum plays a supporting role to the … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Student Voice

At this beginning of the month, I had the privilege to attend and present at OTRK12 (Enhancing Digital Learning). The two day conference seemed to be the equivalent of the Oscars for the eLearning community. With a number of boards … Continue reading

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