collaboration Archive

Flipboard is an IBDP teacher’s BFF

Looking to extend your students (your self and colleagues) collaboratively this year? Flipboard is a great

Portfolios and Science? They’ve got Chemistry.

What role can portfolios play in a chemistry classroom? The author of the amazing CHEMJUNGLE Youtube

Sowing ideas one post at a time

How can we use blogs as fertile fields for ideation? I do believe that my thinking

Idea Hospitality

“Ideas are easy. It’s the execution of ideas that really separates the sheep from the goats.”

Ten Steps to hosting a Twitter Chat

  As far as spaces go, twitter is a great place for educators. Over the past

Phraseology as the driver of school culture

A positive school culture and climate is no different than clean air and water. It is

On the power of assemblage

When Is the last time you told a friend, colleague, or student: “I’ll be your audience”?

You aren’t the future.

My colleague, Valerie, recently share a blogpost framing her thoughts for our recent graduating class.  I

The Bonsai Principle.

  Those familiar with the fine art of bonsai know that when it is potted, it

Our Collective Imagination

@johndalesio I believe in you, John. If anyone has something to say, it’s you. — Valerie

Learning Lives Here.

Your classroom walls DO talk.  What will they say about the learning experiences you want to

Convocation: changing the conversation

Last Thursday, my colleague, John, wanted to take an hour to just chat all things education. 

Learning2 Listen

  I recently watched CeleSTE Headlee’s phenomenal TED talk on better ways to talk to people:

Dividends on an Investment.

“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” ― Andy

Let’s give them something to blog about.

  This March, join a movement to collaborate and create. If you are willing and interested