Innovation Found in Interesting Questions? #IMMOOC

While I don’t usually watch TV shows dealing with Medical drama, there is a new show that recently started called The Good Doctor that I did have the opportunity to watch.  The premise is that a young doctor is recently hired to be a resident surgeon at a prestigious hospital in California.  The catch is … Continue reading Innovation Found in Interesting Questions? #IMMOOC

Empowering Student Creativity: Rubrics vs. Grading Checklists

Working within our campus Design Center, there are several lessons I have learned while helping teachers redesign projects and units.  The first, probably most important was about rubrics.  Most teachers believe that they understand how rubrics work, what their purpose is, and why they are important.  However, in working with all my different teachers, I … Continue reading Empowering Student Creativity: Rubrics vs. Grading Checklists

Empowering to Innovate through Design #IMMOOC

On my journey to become a better educator, I’ve continually heard about “instructional design.”  However, it wasn’t until now, decades later, that I realize that what I’ve been contributing to my curriculum (and others) hasn’t really truly been design.  I’ve been a technology instructional coach now for four years and only because of the work … Continue reading Empowering to Innovate through Design #IMMOOC