Category Archives: Education

Creativity=Decisions

Creative people make decisions. Lots of them. The more decisions, the more creative. How do many creative people generate brilliant, unique ideas in a short period of time? What if we could harness this power? Read on and find out! Rationale “The enemy … Continue reading

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Turbo Tax for Frameworks – Sorta

Introduction How to take a step by step approach to frameworks development. Importance of Frequent, Quality Formative Assessment by Chuck Holland at Ed.TED.com TPEP Documents for This Workshop Doug Johnson’s A Framework for Teaching and Technology Doug Johnson’s Teacher Evaluations and Technology Artifacts … Continue reading

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Get Kids Hooked on The Right Drugs

Introduction Learning should feel good or better stated, gratifying.  The stronger the emotional response the better the learning retention. Let’s take a look at what chemically happens in the brain when we struggle, succeed, and enjoy what we are doing. … Continue reading

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Deming Institute Education Conference

Notes I took at the conference Cedarbrook Lodge, Seattle Nov. 6-8 + – Resources ~ https://www.deming.org/ ~ https://www.facebook.com/Deming.Institute/ Lanford Video + – Leadership is… Personality ~ Deming’s 14 Points ~ How Motivation is Driven by Purpose and Not Monetary Incentives … Continue reading

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Starting a Video Game Design Program

Jim Flatmo and Scott Le Duc started using the Unity game engine and newly minted curriculum from Unity last year. In this roundtable they share their experiences. Game design teachers or anyone interested in starting a game design program are … Continue reading

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Is National Board For You?

What is involved in pursuing National Board certification? Scott shares his story about successfully completing the process in 2014 for the Career and Technical Education certification Why are we here? Questions Form The NB Process National Board Information Review National … Continue reading

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Feedback = Learning

Feedback is needed to improve. Examine methods to increase the frequency and quality of feedback with students. Many examples of online and paper-based forms and techniques will be shared. Introduction Importance of Frequent, Quality Formative Assessment by Chuck Holland at … Continue reading

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Assessments That Grade Themselves

Presented by Scott Le Duc Can this be true, assessments that are automatically scored and the results emailed to students with support material to help them? Yes, and it’s not the steep learning curve that some may anticipated. Introduction Importance … Continue reading

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Differentiated Instruction with Technology

Kids Excited About Learning PRESENTER Scott Le Duc OVERVIEW Implementing strategies to successfully engage student learning involves many crucial, interconnected components.  This workshop with offer information and opportunities to experience concepts and tools that connect students interests to curriculum goals, … Continue reading

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Day in the Life of a Teacher

Click on the link below to access the day’s materials: https://sites.google.com/site/scottleduc/bethel-2014

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