RMD Conference Picture Story

Yesterday I returned from our annual Rocky Mountain District educator's conference. While I was there I had the privilege of leading a session on Supporting Curious Learners. We looked at storytelling as one of those challenges that a curious learner of any age might embrace, and I challenged the participants to create a story of …

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Session Resources: Rocky Mountain District Conference

Today I have the privilege of facilitating two sessions at the LCMS Rocky Mountain District's Fall Educators Conference. As is my custom, I am sharing the session resources that I have created to support the sessions on this blog. Click here to review the session resources on Supporting Curious Learners and Godly Device Management. As you …

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#PBL Skills Progression

Last Wednesday I had the opportunity to watch multi-grade project based learning (PBL) in action at Astoria Lutheran School in Queens, NY. It was a wonderful day of affirming their school model and helping identify next steps with the faculty of the school. As I observed PBL in action in preparation for afternoon conversations with …

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Session Resources — LSA Conference

Yesterday I had the privilege in participating at the Lutheran Schools Association conference, held at Long Island Lutheran High School and Middle School. In the two sessions we reviewed and discussed with participants the topics of formative assessment and faith integration in the classroom. As is my pattern, resources and session notes for the two …

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#PBL Session Resources

I am spending the day in New York City at Astoria Lutheran School, working with the faculty and staff there on project based learning (PBL) design and strategies. To that end, I developed this resource page that contains links, articles, templates, etc. to support the PBL journey for this school or any other. Feel free …

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