I’ve been thinking a lot about the possible futures of curriculum lately, in part because I’m working on a keynote for K12Online‘s strand on “Visioning New Curriculum.” And I like to include viewpoints of you, fellow teachers and if possible,
I am a big believer in differentiated learning. Our students come in too many shapes and sizes to think that they can all find success on one learning path. As a result, I am not a fan of rigid pacing
So I’ve got the Moodle 2 site set up for the math textbook remix project I’m doing as a part of two P2PU courses. I took a look at the Common Core standards for math as they related to fractions.
(This is a part of a series on the differences and similarities between formal and informal adult learning.) Traditional university courses have a syllabus. They are set at the beginning of the course (without any input from students, in my
(This is a part of a series on the differences and similarities between formal and informal adult learning.) Before continuing, I should say just a bit about the School of Ed at P2PU and how it is different from other