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Jared Colley
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Lifelong Learner, Pedagogical Adventurer, Quack Philosopher, Record+Book Hoarder, and Mischievous Collaborator
Lifelong Learner, Pedagogical Adventurer, Quack Philosopher, Record+Book Hoarder, and Mischievous Collaborator

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What Does a Flipped English Class Look Like? An Example Using Chaucer
Back when flipping classes became the newest trend in conversations about pedagogy, it always bugged me when people would say that "English teachers already flip their classes." Behind such statements the assumption, I think, was that because English studen...
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OESIS is Rolling Out Its XP Webinar Program and Listservs - A Call to Join the Network
Looking for some good PD opportunities for the upcoming school year? Are you interested in attending a conference or online learning experience that focuses, not on the device, but on innovative teaching and learning? If you teach in an independent school a...
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Be a Presenter at the LLI Southwest Conference, Hosted by The Oakridge School, February 23-24, 2018
This February,  The Oakridge School  plans to host its 2nd
annual teaching and learning conference in partnership with the  Lausanne Learning Institute . The 2018 LLI
Southwest Conference offers an opportunity for educators to experience
relevant, authentic...
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Overcoming Classroom Distraction & Passivity using Gamification, Part Three - 10 Essential Questions for Building Gamified Curricula
This is the last installment in a 3 part post on gamification and, more specifically, on a project I implemented in the last 6 weeks of this spring semester (go here and here to read the previous installments). The project was over Charles Dickens's Hard Ti...
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Overcoming Classroom Distraction & Passivity using Gamification, Part Two - Practice
Overcoming Classroom Distraction & Passivity using Gamification: Part Two, Practice In the last post , I shared some "theory" about why I believe gamification to be an effective method for designing and delivering curriculum, and here I hope to outline its ...
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Overcoming Classroom Distraction & Passivity using Gamification, Part One - Theory
Overcoming Classroom Distraction & Passivity using Gamification: Part One, Theory What do we mean by “the distracted student”? A couple months ago, I read an article/review by James M. Lang in The Chronicle of Higher Education , titled “The Distracted Class...
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