What is it about gaming that is so engaging? How can we take those engaging traits and apply it to our classrooms?
Grading... In Education Reform circles is there an issue that is more controversial than grades? I have seen advocates for standards-based grading, mastery based grading, micro-badging or credentialing, and most frequently just throwing out grades all together (follow #ttog for... Continue Reading →
I am very excited about assisting with the #games4ed chat again this Thursday at 8:00pm EST! One of the awesome things about Twitter Education Chats is how organically the conversations can lead to new discussions and discoveries. This week's #games4ed... Continue Reading →
My sons' karate dojo had a guest instructor last week. This sensei is cancer survivor and attributes his remission to the discipline and mental toughness that karate instilled in him. Now he works with wounded warriors and uses karate to... Continue Reading →