Mapping Data with Google Sheets (on a Map!)

I have long wondered if student success is tied to where the student lives.  (Why?  Read in this post.) With between 50 and 120 students at a time, sitting down with a map, charting out each student's location and then linking their assessment results to that pin has seemed a bit arduous.  Google Maps has... Continue Reading →

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Maker Space, Lending Libraries and 21st Century Learning

Maker space has gone from mainstream nerd to mainstream.  Along with Project Based Learning (the other PBL), educators have embraced the maker space movement as a 21st century education must.  As with any movement, the push often comes before the need is evident.  Some good, earnest work at our school lead to naught as our... Continue Reading →

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