Inherent problems with the conceptual understanding of SAMR

How many times have you been reading on social media and seen the acronym SMHL wondering what it stands for?  It means “shake my head laughing” and it is something I quietly do regularly at my job.  You see, I help teachers design their lessons in order to increase engagement.  While I am not laughing … Continue reading Inherent problems with the conceptual understanding of SAMR

When Ideology meets Practicality

As I go through instructional objectives, professional development ideas, and learning theories, I often wonder about the application of the materials presented.  When does the “rubber meet the road?”  I think that there are a few of us out there that thrive on the idea that it is our job to problem solve those practical … Continue reading When Ideology meets Practicality