Monthly Archives: December 2012

Dec. 10, 2012

Implementing the First 5 Days – An Interview with Ian VanderSchee

In this episode of the November Learning Podcast Series, Alan November speaks to Ian VanderSchee, an upper level mathematics teacher at Coppell High School, in Texas. The two discuss Ian’s implementation of Alan’s “First 5 Days” ideas at the start of this school year and how these ideas have positively impacted his students ever since.

To learn more about these and other possible “First 5 Days” implementations, we encourage you to read Alan’s book, Who Owns the Learning, and we invite you to attend the Building Learning Communities conference being held this summer in Boston. You can learn about […]

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Dec. 3, 2012

Free Webinar: How Social Learning Networks Built for Education Drive Innovation

How can principals, technology directors and curriculum coordinators ensure students and teachers are armed with the full suite of tools required for 21st century innovation? Join education thoughtleaders Alan November of November Learning and Tim DiScipio of ePals on December 10th from 4 – 5 PM ET for a discussion on how learning networks honed through years of educator feedback are maximized to promote digital-era collaboration, content curation, streamlined workflow, and a generally efficient digital school ecosystem, in ways mainstream tools aren’t designed to do.

Click here to register now for this free webinar, provided by edWeb.net and sponsored by ePals.

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