Blending STEM with “connected classroom” strategies is a powerful learning model, says STEM teaching coach Brian Crosby â€“ provided innovative thinking, teacher autonomy and flexible scheduling are present. These essential components of “going deep” with teaching and learning have been eroded away in the last decade, he says, and will have to be revived.
Many educators feel overwhelmed by new technology and may feel apprehensive when it comes to adopting it in the classroom. But I’m here to make the case that learning to use technology and employing it as part of your curriculum is actually easier than ever. Way easier.
Powerful Learning Press is hosting a virtual book party on December 6th, with five teacher guests, all reading from articles featured in our first (free) eBook, The Connected Teacher: Powering Up. Come talk with Kathy Cassidy, Brian Crosby, Patti Grayson, Marsha Ratzel and Shelley Wright — and learn more about forthcoming books from PLPress.
Interview with Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach: “I think this conference is going to be incredible. This is not marketing talk — this is my passionate belief: If you are a teacher or school leader who is feeling more and more restless about shifting your professional practice to serve the urgent, unmet needs of iGeneration students, this could be the day your transformation begins.”