I recently participated in the International School Services' (ISS) webinar series on Transitions to Online Learning. There have been several webinars. I wanted to know how teachers were keeping Ss engaged. There was a panel of teachers currently teaching remotely in international schools around the world. Here are my major take-ways for how to engage … Continue reading Engaging Students Remotely
Teaching during the lockdown? Keep it simple with a focus on well-being.
Teachers around the world are using #edtech to deliver their lessons to students in lockdown situations. Initial reports are that it is extremely challenging and many teachers are on a steep learning curve. Here is one video that shows what a virtual classroom may looks like. https://youtu.be/BSxM6_zEw2k What I love about good humor is that … Continue reading Teaching during the lockdown? Keep it simple with a focus on well-being.
Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts of Teacher Training for Positive Education
IPEN UKEurope launched a new website last year and posted an article I wrote from my experience training teachers on Positive Education. Please visit and support the IPEN UKEurope site. How can we ensure that teachers synthesize and apply positive psychology in the classrooms. What makes an effective teacher training experience? Here are the top … Continue reading Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts of Teacher Training for Positive Education
Is EdTech the answer to all our teaching and learning needs?
The short answer: No! The long answer: Not all, SOME; only if technology is used as a tool for effective teaching and learning. I love technology. I am a geek about it. I have an iWatch, an iPhone, an iPad mini, a Kindle, an AppleTV, a Chromebook, and a MacBook Pro - Remarkable is next … Continue reading Is EdTech the answer to all our teaching and learning needs?