The question, “What do you do?” got me thinking about my legacy — what I do, where I’d like to take it, and how I can let folks who are interested in my work know my intentionality of effort.
Are you a PLPeep that is going to ISTE? Volunteer for one hour at Powerful Learning Practice’s booth #2044 and get a free t-shirt! Volunteer for two or more hours and get an extra gift!
My friend and collaborator Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach is eminently interviewable. Whether she’s talking about passion-based teaching and learning, the secrets of successful online communities of practice, or her ideas about integrating new technologies and social media into everyday teacher and student life, her transformative vision comes through and what she has to say always has valuable take-aways for listeners.
Powerful Learning Practice is among a half-dozen “Notable” case-study communities currently featured at the Connected Educators project website.
One strategy of the USDOE-supported project is to produce in-depth interviews with leaders in the online community-of-practice world, and the site is currently featuring an informative Q&A with PLP leader and CEO Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach.
Powerful Learning Practice has expanded its staff and brought some fascinating new minds (and fresh ideas) to our team. Weâ€™d like to introduce our team to you, one by one, and so weâ€™ve come up with seven questions for each of them so you can have a little peek into what theyâ€™re thinking and who they are.