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Final Reflection of Instructional Design

                Through my research, I have learned that it is essential that all courses, both in person and online, are built from a combination of all of the main instructional design theories, including connectivism. It is through behaviorism, congnitivsm, constructivism, and connectivism that people are fully able to… Continue reading Final Reflection of Instructional Design

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Professional Learning

Over the past couple weeks, I have learned about everything that needs to change in professional learning. I am lucky because our administration provides us with the freedom to present to the faculty in any way we wish, but this isn’t just about me and how I choose to run my own PL. We need… Continue reading Professional Learning

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Disruptive Innovation at Owen J. Roberts High School

Disruptive innovation happens when someone creates something that is simple and convenient, more so than its sustained counterpart. Managers, CEOs, innovators, etc. look for almost an invisible market of people who have various needs that they may not even be able to articulate (Harvard Business Review, 2008). When these people and needs have been identified, the… Continue reading Disruptive Innovation at Owen J. Roberts High School

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Innovation Proposal

  Currently, in the Language Arts department at Owen J. Roberts High School, students are expected to maintain portfolios that contain their writing pieces from English class in ninth through twelfth grade. These portfolios are difficult to organize and are often lost. Students do not see the value in them, and they are not required… Continue reading Innovation Proposal

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Disruptive Innovation

Disruptive innovation happens when someone creates something that is simple and convenient, more so than its sustained counterpart. Managers, CEOs, innovators, etc. look for almost an invisible market of people who have various needs that they may not even be able to articulate (Harvard Business Review, 2008). When these people and needs have been identified,… Continue reading Disruptive Innovation