Last week we announced the next evolution of BloomBoard, a place where educators can learn, share, and discuss the best teaching ideas. The site launched with hundreds of Collections of learning resources, curated by expert educators, around the problems of practice teachers face in their daily routine. From Bringing Creativity Back Into the Classroom to Mentoring New Teachers and Managing Large Class Sizes, a variety of Collections are available across all areas of interest.
To showcase some of the great Collections that have been curated, we asked education bloggers from around the web to share their favorites. Throughout the month of February, you can follow along as these bloggers highlight Collections they've curated or Collections they find interesting, and tell us how these Collections have helped them power their practice.
To kick the series off, we're excited to have Tom Vander Ark, education advocate, advisor, and author of Getting Smart: How Personal Digital Learning is Changing the World. Head over to Tom’s blog, Getting Smart, to read his post on Promoting Student Agency.
Check out the following blogs this week to learn about more great Collections from the new BloomBoard:
- Monday, February 1: Tom Vander Ark at Getting Smart shares Promoting Student Agency
- Tuesday, February 2: Dan Ryder at Wicked Decent Learning shares Design Thinking and Empathy-Fueled Problem Solving
- Wednesday, February 3: Jenn Adams at Teach.Love.Autism shares “Why Won’t You Look Me in the Eye?” Helping Educators Understand the Needs of Autistic Students
- Thursday, February 4: Teresa Potter at an An English Teacher Techie shares Helping Students Overcome Stage Fright
- Friday, February 5: Diane Quirk at Quirky Technologies for Educators shares Formative Assessment on the Go Grades 6-12
Explore more great Collections or create your own at next bloomboard.com.