8 Online Resources to Help Your Students Learn to Code

We live in an increasingly programmed world. Our cars, computers, phones, television, healthcare, movies, music, and education are all influenced by programming languages. Yet, many of us don’t read or Continue Reading →

Bartle’s Gamer Profile for Designing Learning Experiences?

What is your gamer profile and what does it say about you as a learner? Is it possible to use gamer profiles of learners to design more high-interest lessons and Continue Reading →

A Compelling Vision for Education from an 8th Grader

There is so much we can learn from young people. It is why I appreciate Howard Rheinhold’s approach when he refers to his students as co-learners. I was reminded of Continue Reading →

25 Provocative Quotes & Notes About Innovation in Education

I just attended the 2014 WISN Conference on Innovation. It is one of the most thought-provoking conferences that I’ve attended, rich with educational leaders and visionaries who have imagined the Continue Reading →