Category Archives: Professional Development

Tell Me About It!

Gerald Aungst is a school administrator, musician and author.  He is also the lead designer and webmaster for AllAboutExplorers.com, a website developed to educate students about being intelligent users of the Internet.  Over the past year, I have had the pleasure … Continue reading

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Will Richardson – Presentation to PLPTristate Cohort

Will Richardson presented to the Exeter Cohort of the Tristate PLP today.  Here are my notes of his presentation. In education today, if you aren’t uncomfortable you are not paying attention. “Napsterizing” school Trying to emulate the types of connections … Continue reading

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Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach – PLPTristate Presentation on Communities of Practice

Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach presented to the Exeter, NH Cohort of the PLPTristate group today.  Here are my notes from her presentation. The Human Network (video) people subscribe to people this is not about tools all of us is better than one … Continue reading

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Modularized Curriculum

I’ve been away too long and have missed writing in my blog.   I have been wanting to write this post for several weeks… Disrupting Class, the revolutionary book by Clayton Christensen and Michael Horn, has been one of the “hot” … Continue reading

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Permission Granted

Today my home district kicked off its year-long, job-embedded, professional development opportunity with Powerful Learning Practice, founded by Will Richardson and Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach.  The 45 teachers from SAU 16 who will be a part of the TristatePLP cohort began the … Continue reading

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