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We can't sit still and rest on the way we have always done things or the way we have always learned and taught things. The urgency is real, the responsibility enormous and the work important!
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It's been a while...

It's been a while since you have heard from me. A lot has been going on in the last few months. Change is happening faster than ever before. There is so much to wrap our minds around in education FOR OUR OWN LEARNING and in consequence also for the learning of our students, of course. 

We can't sit still and rest on the way we have always done things or the way we have always learned and taught things. The urgency is real, the responsibility enormous and the work important!

Join me in your renewed and continued commitment to staying relevant and in continuous process of "becoming" literate!

Information and Media Literacy for 2020 and Beyond...


The issue of Fake News in general isn’t likely to go away. Kalev Leetaru in Forbes sends us A Reminder That ‘Fake News’ Is An Information Literacy Problem – Not A Technology Problem

As an information literacy problem, it becomes an urgent amplified challenge for our schools to teach the skills for critical thinking when it comes to digital information. How to proceed when most teachers did not grow up in the era of fake news and are hesitant to tackle the subject with their own students?

Adults may need media literacy even more than students is the title of a recent article by Eliza Newlin Carlin… and I fully agree… Just because our students might be digital natives, it does not necessarily mean, that they are digitally literate.

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This is a potential roadmap (among many others)… a guide to getting fit to learn how to learn in (only a few weeks away from) the third decade of the 21st century and to teach and educate children who will live into the 22nd century!

Designing learning experiences for teachers I work with is one of my passions. Learning experiences that give educators, who were most likely born in the 20th century with their own formal education lacking some of the new skills and literacies that the 21st century is demanding, NEED to have their own learning experiences where they can LIVE these new forms of teaching and learning first hand AND be metacognitive of the changes in order to translate these experiences into their own classrooms with their students. This requires educators to be open to learning how to learn (again) in a new century, for the future and not our own past.

Read more and download the infographic for Fit2Learn

A new approach to contemporary documentation and learning

What is learning? How do we look for, capture, reflect on, and share learning to foster meaningful and active engagement? This vital resource helps educators answer these questions. A Guide to Documenting Learning facilitates student-driven learning and helps teachers reflect on their own learning and classroom practice. This unique how-to book

  • Explains the purposes and different types of documentation
  • Teaches different "LearningFlow" systems to help educators integrate documentation throughout the curriculum
  • Provides authentic examples of documentation in real classrooms
  • Is accompanied by a robust companion website where readers can find even more documentation examples and video tutorials
A Guide to Documenting Learning is available on Amazon.
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