Dream big, design the dream and go for it! DESIGN, DEVELOP, IMPLEMENT AND EVALUATE The fundamentals of Instructional Design are design, develop, implement and evaluate. That is my perspective as a graduate from Syracuse University’s Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation program. The purpose of this article is to explain my Instructional Design (ID) process in […]Read more "Design the Dream"
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? Let’s face it: If you weren’t born with a trust fund the size of Jupiter or into a family with strategically well-placed connections to the business world (and thus to ready-made employment), you’re going to need a job to pay the bills. This month’s rent waits for no…
How can we bridge the gap between the classroom and the corporate room? Invite the business leaders in… Students at Canastota Junior Senior high participate yearly in a program called “CEO: Collaborative and Enterprising Opportunity.” This program paired my business students with business owners and leaders from across the United States via Skype. Students in […]Read more "Students Smashing Boundaries- Going Spherical!"
Spherical Learning Goal This blog aims to be a voice of guidance for teachers in the 21st century classroom. I plan to post weekly/bi-weekly on various topics including policy in education, tools for educators, instructional design, taking risks, collaboration and environment. My Spherical Learning approach encompasses each of these elements and attempts to bring consistency […]Read more "Spherical Learning"