Maybe you’ve had the same challenge I’ve been dealing with for the past seven years in education…things change rapidly. And the only reason it is a “challenge” is understanding which changes will actually help our teaching, and improve the learning process for all students.
In the two years since my district began our 1:1 laptop initiative our classrooms have evolved again. New technology, new standards, and new content. Throughout this process I have tried my best to stay on top of where education is headed and what are the emerging “next” practices. Now when I talk to teachers in my district and around the country, I try to focus on the key elements of innovative teaching. With technology, standards, and content continually changing…these short innovative video challenges can give teachers a starting point regardless of their situation.
The “Innovative Teaching Challenge” runs from May 1st to June 1st. During the 30 days you’ll receive 10 emails with a simple video “challenge”. You’ll hear from teachers and school leaders who are doing innovative work right now in education.
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