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Change, The Monster Lurking Under your Blended Learning Bed

By Stacey Schuh October 21, 2015

Change is not always easy for me. Ok, it is never easy for me. I dread the unknown, funny since..

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Rediscovering Microsoft: Three powerful tools for teachers

By Roman Stotland September 3, 2015

We have been using Google products to make our lives easier for many years now, but after a recent..

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Is Online Teaching in Your Future?

By Jamey Fitzpatrick June 2, 2015

During the next decade, thousands of educators in the U.S. will start a new professional journey by..

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Celebrating student learning at Brandywine

By Jeff Gerlach May 12, 2015

May is #michED month and this week’s theme is to celebrate student learning. With this in mind,..

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Differentiation in a world without learning styles

By Jeff Gerlach February 20, 2015

My Experience

It was in an 8th-grade social studies class that I first encountered..

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Mastery of the Universe

By Jeff Gerlach November 21, 2014

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Mastery of the UniverseBy Jeff Gerlach

Being in California for iNACOL..

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MAET Bridge: Social Studies

By Jeff Gerlach October 30, 2014
HOW ARE SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS BLENDING THEIR CLASSROOMS?
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Should Teachers Connect with Students on Social Media?

By Jeff Gerlach October 23, 2014

Being thoughtful about the barrier between our personal and professional lives.

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