2015 is finally here, and with the new year comes an opportunity to build new habits and enact positive change in our schools, classrooms and communities. To celebrate, we’ve pulled together 14 of our best pieces from 2014 into one free ebook/pdf. (See the list below.) These pieces, by a variety of different EML authors, are a great starting point for thinking differently about your work as a education leader.
To get this thought-filled 75-page ebook, sign up for your free EML membership, which allows you to test drive our site with access to two newsletters each week, no less than three full articles per month and any free whitepapers we offer.
Thanks so much for your interest in EML, a truly independent voice in education. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for the EML community in 2015.
Bruce, Audrey, Will & Jess
P.S. What new ideas are you bringing into your classroom in 2015? What challenges are you facing? We would love to hear more about your year ahead on Twitter. (We’re @ModernLearners)
Articles Included in “14 Posts From 2014”:
What a Girl Wants by Sylvia Martinez
Are Apps Becoming the New Worksheet by Lee Skallerup Bessette
The Problem With “Personalization” by Audrey Watters
Important New Contexts for Leading and Learning by Will Richardson
Can Science Leadership Academy Scale? by Chris Lehmann
Advocating for Passion-Based Learning (and Puppets) by Rafranz Davis
How do We Prepare Modern Learners for College? by Bryan Alexander
Arrested (Professional) Development by Lee Skallerup Bessette
Student Data vs Student Privacy by Audrey Watters
Lessons for Leaders from LAUSD by Bruce Dixon
Cognitive Dissonance: How Teaching With Twitter Opens Up the Classroom by Bonnie Stewart
What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Connectedness by Bud Hunt
Taking Inventory of Ed-Tech in Schools by Bill Fitzgerald
Sustainable Pedagogy by Kris Shaffer
Latest posts by Will Richardson (see all)
- EdTech is Driving Me Crazy, Too - June 17, 2018
- Modern Learners Podcast #44 – “I Love Learning, I Hate School” - June 7, 2018
- Why Change School? - May 29, 2018