#C4C15: 4 School VIrtual Debate Using Google Hangout – Elissa Malespina

What an amazing example of what is possible with cross-classroom collaborations and connected educators! I know that this post is from a couple years ago, but I am just now finding it, and I am so glad that you captured all that you did for this project. It is clear …

#C4C15: The Landscape of Learning: 6 Reasons Why You Should Use 6 Laptops in Your Classroom

  This is an amazing post for how to make your few resources go further in your classroom. What a wonderful lens for learning: I love the way you are looking at constraints as an asset here, and I really think that they are in your very capable hands. Your …

#C4C15 – EdTechyness: The Power of a Teacher Challenge

I can’t wait to try out all of the teacher challenges that Rae mentions: I am in love with the way you have laid out the growth potential you have identified within teacher challenges. I often struggle with this component of group accountability within professional learning. I think that this is …

#C4C15: Getting It Right: When It Comes To Creativity And Innovation | DCulberhouse

I think this might be an important post for thinking through just WHO is responsible for change within a school: This really stuck with me: “We also have to understand that not all people are interested or comfortable in becoming more creative and or innovative.” I think I struggle with this …

#C4C15 – Blend Me: Wanna See a Movie? How to Conduct a Meaningful Discussion about a Movie while WATCHING the Movie

This is a great every day example of how a more connected classroom changes the way in which students learn: First, I would love to take your Blended Learning Rhetoric and Composition class. Do you have a class website for this course that I can follow along with? Second, I …

#C4C15: It Can’t Be About Me ALL of the Time – Out of the Box

I love this vignette of a student and teacher making meaning together: I keep on finding myself drawn to conversations between one student and one teacher, like this one. There is something special about what can be done when this kind of personal exchange can take place, where both sides …

#C4C15: Who’s Afraid of the Special School? | The Diary of a Not So Ordinary Boy

My thoughts on a different part of the Edublogosphere: Thank you so much for linking to these additional blog posts on “non-inclusive” education (or whatever this discussion would be okay with calling itself). I have to say, it has challenged me (and my educational philosophy) profoundly. Generally, I advocate for …