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Separate but Equal: Substitute Teaching Done Right

Every day, students across the country open the doors to their classrooms and see a stranger standing where their regular teacher should be. “Are you our...
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A Primer for EdTech: Tools for K-12 and Higher Ed. Teachers

Every educator, from kindergarten to graduate school, should contribute to the important and significant work of teaching students to use online sources and social networks for...
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How Shadowing my 2nd-grader Led to a New View of Tech in the Classroom

Last year, I experienced two months that were very challenging for me as a person and as an academic. One of my sons, who was seven,...
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All I Needed to Know about College Teaching I Learned as a High School Teacher

When people hear that I was once a high school English teacher and am now a college professor, they often ask, “How is college teaching different?”...
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The Higher Education and K-12 Conversation

When we think about K-12 and higher education, educators think of them as two separate entities. Within K-12, we divide it further; primary, junior, intermediate, and...
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MOOCifying K-12: Relationships, Collaboration, Risk-Taking

Just over a year ago, my “learning” exploded. I was developing a hybrid Canadian online delivery program for Chinese high school students. I was encouraged to...
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Learning from Early Childhood Education: Higher Ed and the Process of Becoming

On my luckier days, I am gifted a few invisible moments at pick-up time before my son or one of his preschool classmates calls my name....
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Building in the Humanities Isn’t New

“For children can accomplish the renewal of existence in a hundred unfailing ways.” — Walter Benjamin, “Unpacking My Library“ “Turn your data into a story, into...
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