OK – maybe the title overstates it a bit….lots of jobs are great jobs. However, in my long and varied experience as an educator, the
Writing Learning Outcomes: It’s All About the Verb
There is a focus (verging on obsession) in the entire education sector (K-12 and post-secondary) with Learning Outcomes. While they may have different terminology in
Curriculum Alignment: I am Aligned!
Constructive alignment is the fancy term we use to describe the connection between learning activities, assessment, and the learning outcomes that we expect students to
Putting the “Active” in Active Learning
Educators know that students need to be active learners – not passive receivers of information. However, getting physically active as part of the active learning
BOPPPS – the ISW song
This song is a resource for anyone presenting an ISW (Instructional Skills Workshop). If you don’t know what that is, then you may not get
What’s the policy?
http:// One of my pet peeves over the years is the indiscriminate use of the word policy. Call me a policy geek, but often when