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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Favorite Primer for Student Questions

I have participated in a number of Twitter education chats over the past few days where the skill of student questioning has been discussed. Those of you who have read my posts in the past know that I am an advocate for getting student to ask really good questions and then giving them permission to …

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A Favorite Student Project: Living Minimally

As many of you know, I lead a project-based, personalized learning academy called Lights Academy at Lutheran High School where I teach. My students, juniors and seniors, are asking very interesting questions and then pursuing answers to those questions. I am amazed by the work they do, the problems that they solve, and the questions …

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FaithEdTech 12.17.2017 Links List

Here are some helpful links that I found this weekend: 5 Good Alternatives to Google Image Search -- Educators and students are always looking for good sources for royalty free images or those with the appropriate Creative Commons status. These links are helpful for anyone wanting to remain in good copyright compliance. 6 Strategies for …

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Faithfully Learning Posts

Over the past several months I have crafted several blog posts for Concordia Publishing House. These posts have similar themes to that of FaithEdTech in that the explore the intersection of faith, education, and technology, but they also serve to point to resources from the publishing house that can help support these three ideas. Here are …

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