In this episode, I talk to my friend Jennifer Chang Wathall about concept-based mathmatics, her book based on her concept-based mathematics framework, and her professional learning structure. Jennifer is an independent educational consultant with over 25 years experience. She travels around the world to work with teachers. Catch up with her at http://www.jenniferwathall.com or on Twitter @JenniferWathall.
In this episode I speak with Stacy Lovdahl about using and creating virtual reality with students.
In this episode, Tavia Clark discusses ways teachers can utilize their librarians for planning and co-teaching. We also discuss social media, her young adult literature twitter group, and the importance of growing a love of reading using books students choose themselves.
In this episode, I talk with Greg Garner where we discuss compuer science, hour of code, and computational thinking.
In this episode, We take a cursory look at the new North Carolina Digital Learning Competencies and discuss what they mean for teachers in the state. Resources, including links to the competencies, can be found at aplusedtech.com