Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education thanked teachers across the state of Idaho, Idaho Legislators and Representatives, the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation, and the NNU Doceō Center for all that they did for the statewide pilot of Khan Academy. You can watch the entire video here or in our video library.
We would like to announce the creation of our H.A.C.K. wheel of the Android OS. It is loaded with learning platforms designed for the Android operating system and Google Play for Education. Much like the Apple OS wheel and Chrome/ Web 2.0 wheel, the Android OS wheel aligns perfectly to our H.A.C.K. Model of Innovative Instruction and we hope that it adds to how you see technology being able to be effectively used in your schools and classrooms. With the creation of this wheel we now are able to offer H.A.C.K. Professional Development for any device that you may have in your schools and classrooms. Please contact us with any questions you have or to schedule professional development for your school.
Most Likely To Succeed is being hailed as one of the best films ever done on the topic of school bringing in elements of its past and its future. The film has inspired audiences around the country with a sense of purpose and possibility, and has brought school communities together to re-imagine what students and teachers are capable of doing. The NNU Doceō Center is excited to be hosting a screening of this tremendous movie on October 26th at 7pm at the Swayne Auditorium in the NNU Brandt Center. This is a movie event that you don't want to miss!
Fall 2015 Registration for H.A.C.K._R. Bootcamp is Open!
What is H.A.C.K._R. Bootcamp? This intensive 5-day BOOTCAMP is designed to immerse and equip educators with a dynamic toolkit to blend, flip,and personalize instruction using innovative practices. Based around the H.A.C.K. Model of Innovative Instruction, this BOOTCAMP systematically guides teachers through the process of technology integration (read more).
Wisdom from David Bowie?
The other night David Bowie’s epic tune Changes, came blasting over the radio. As I was singing along to the lyrics, the phrase “I watch the ripples change their size but never leave the stream,” really struck a chord with me. It made me think about how often we attempt to change our schools but in actual reality, we rarely do. Our instruction and classrooms don’t look much different then they did decades ago. Our ripples rarely leave the stream indeed. This especially rings true when it comes to technology implementation. (read more).