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Addressing Student Behavior Through Facilitation

I’m pleased to share this perspective on a more productive way to address student behavior by guest blogger Shané Beauford, Coordinator of Systems Thinking at IDE Corp. Student behavior is a hot topic in schools, with some schools moving to programs that depend on extrinsic rewards to prompt positive behaviors. Often, when addressing student behavioral […]

Grade-Specific Editions of Students Taking Charge by Dr. Nancy Sulla Now Availab...

The new, second editions of Dr. Nancy Sulla’s landmark book Students Taking Charge: Inside the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom, are now available through Routledge or Amazon.  The first edition of the book, which introduced the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom™ to the world, has now become two separate volumes, a grades K-5 edition and a grades 6-12 edition. […]

Dr. Nancy Sulla Joins Larry Ferlazzo on Radio Show to Discuss “Do Now” Activitie

Dr. Nancy Sulla joined Larry Ferlazzo, on his latest online radio show to discuss “Do Now Activities: What Works, What Does Not”. Along with fellow Education Week contributors, Michele L. Haiken, and Matt Homrich-Knieling, Larry and Nancy explored the dos and don’ts of Do Nows. Dr. Sulla supported the WHY behind students planning and scheduling what they will […]

Webinar by Dr. Nancy Sulla: Students as Problem Finders, Innovators, and Entrepr...

What if educators engaged students in finding and solving authentic, real-world problems? Dr. Sulla has worked for over 30 years implementing problem-based learning, examining the results, and refining her craft to discover that students are inspired to learn and create as a result of purposefully designed and executed problem-based learning units. Please join us on […]

Randolph New Jersey Teacher Shares LATI Classroom Success Story

Bobbi Sobel, an elementary classroom teacher at Randolph Township Schools in New Jersey, recently shared her experience of creating a Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom in an article on the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) website. In the article, titled “Learner Active Technology Infused approach enhances student choice”, Sobel describes how students are “presented with meaningful higher order activities […]