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long! you should also be sure to check out jo boaler’s books and articles. if you’ve ever felt under prepared/qualified to teach math, jo will help you shift your own mindset and equip you to teach math like a master! continue reading... free download: learner profile survey posted by admin | posted in anastasis academy, character education, classroom management, download, education reform, for teachers, inspiration, middle/high school, primary elementary, professional development, secondary elementary, teacher resources | posted on 16-11-2016 tags: anastasis academy, brain dominance, card set, download, free, interests, learner, learner profile, learning genome, learning style, multiple intelligence strengths, passions, pdf, profile, student agency, student voice, teacher resources 0 at anastasis academy, our year begins by building a learner profile for every student. before we’ve even ventured into the school year, we know a tremendous amount about our students. this is the first step for building student agency. our learner profile is made up of six parts: the learner profile survey (student’s interests/passions) multiple intelligence strengths learning style preferences brain dominance parent/guardian hopes and goals for the school year (both social/emotional and academic) strengths finder results (we like thrively!) we get a lot of requests for our learner profile template. today, i’m sharing the first piece: the learner profile survey. these are the questions we ask our students each year to get a better understanding of who they are, what makes them tick, what their vulnerabilities are. to download this resource for free, just enter your information below and you’ll receive an email with the learner profile survey pdf! the complete learner profile template is free with purchase of the learning genome project card sets that help you determine multiple intelligence strengths, learning style preferences, and brain dominance. free learner profile survey download * indicates required email address * first name last name to learn more about the how and why of learner profiles, check out the related posts below: is differentiation a teacher driven endeavor? should it be? in defense of humanity: what we value if we do nothing else right, let’s make this our priority 3 steps to a living curriculum anatomy of a learner profile and, if you just can’t get enough learner profile goodness and want to see these live and in action, be sure to join us in february for the 5sgima edu conference! save continue reading... a conference about what is sacred in education: 5sigma edu con posted by admin | posted in 5sigma, anastasis academy, inquiry, inspiration, maker space, middle/high school, primary elementary, professional development, secondary elementary, teacher resources | posted on 03-11-2016 tags: 5sigma, inquiry, pd, professional development, student agency 0 there are a lot of options for professional development. hundreds of conferences, workshops, moocs, edcamps, professional journals, blogs, the list seriously goes on and on. if you’re like me, your inbox and mailbox have a pretty consistent stream of offerings. i’m about to tell you about one more… the 5sigma education conference holds a special place in my heart because it gives me the opportunity to invite you to come meet the incredible people i work with every day! i have to say, they are seriously so amazing (only a little biased)! 5sigma has a lot of incredible features, but our main focus is always that which is sacred in education: students with names. this is what else you can look forward to: a tour of anastasis academy, led by our students- this gives you an inside view of our unique model. anastasis is the school i started 6 years ago. with the help of an incredible staff, we’ve created a place where: we begin with students, inquiry rules the learning process, learning is hands-on and experiential, we have a living curriculum, we use space as a ‘third teacher,’ we help our students excel by eliminating tests/grades/homework, we’ve transformed assessment, we customize the learning experience for every learner. we do all of this with the same per-pupil expenditure as the public schools in the area! this year our sessions and keynotes will be centered around student agency. we’ve found this to be the single greatest factor that impacts every other part of learning. when we support each student to recognize that they are unique in the course of history, we empower students to engage the world now. when we help students embrace their identity they also are ready for: freedom to direct their own learning, how they learn, and where they learn it; learning powered by questions through inquiry; exploration through thoughtful risk-taking and permissive learning; community and a healthy-school culture where students encourage each other in the learning journey, and inspire one another to be themselves; and meaningfully engaging larger issues like diversity because they are better equipped to recognize the strengths, humanity, passions and culture of others. a large part of our program is full-immersion learning. we take students on weekly learning excursions. at 5sigma, we invite you to do the same. on sunday, february 19th, the day is dedicated to learning in context through adult learning excursions. last year we went to growhaus, an aquaponic farm in town followed by a brewery tour. stay tuned for this year’s options! in short, this is a conference that will do more than inspire you, you will be empowered to launch in your own classrooms, schools and districts! if something above resonated with you, and you thought, “this is my topic of passion,” you should definitely propose a session. proposals are due november 15th! we hope that we will see you here in february! p.s. if none of the above topics are of interest to you, but you really like to eat…you should come for lunch on saturday alone. el toro the tot has the most incredible burgers and tots. ask @yourkidsteacher it is worth the price of admission! continue reading... watch the debates: help your students explore this debate and the history of debates posted by admin | posted in analyze, anastasis academy, character education, evaluate, government, history, inquiry, middle/high school, secondary elementary, teacher resources, technology, understand (describe, explain) | posted on 19-10-2016 tags: civil rights, debate, economy, government, gun control, health care, immigration, issues, national security, president, presidential, social security, terrorism, united states, watch the debates 0 what it is: tonight is the final debate before the presidential election in the united states. while i can’t say that i’m going to miss the absurdity that has been this debate, watch the debates is a pretty wonderful site! in addition to the ability to watch tonight’s debate live, students can also explore past presidential debates. students can filter the debates by the year, or a specific issue. how to integrate watch the debates in your classroom: watch the debates provides an excellent way for students to explore the evolution of a specific issue in the united states by watching debates from as far back as 1960. students can do this for civil rights, the economy, gun control, heath care, immigration, national security, social security, and terrorism. as it turns out, watch the debates is a fantastic site for anastasis students right now as they are working through an inquiry about ideas that cause change in society. this site could act as a provocation and place to explore how united states politics has changed over time and how our ideas about society have changed over time. students can also explore the posture of candidates over time (fashion, the way they speak to each other, etc.). this could be a good launching point that leads to discussions about what else is going on historically that impacts these changes. the social constructs in place, the historical moments of pivot, the technological advances, the impact of religion, the scientific discoveries, our perspective as a country, and the political climate in general. watch the debates can be a beginning point for discovery and depth of transdisciplinary understanding. hat tip to @michellek107 for passing this on to @teamanastasis today! thank you! continue reading... my simple show: create your own explainer videos for free! posted by admin | posted in anastasis academy, character education, create, foreign language, government, history, inquiry, language arts, maker space, middle/high school, phonics, primary elementary, science, secondary elementary, social studies, teacher resources, technology, video, web tools, websites | posted on 22-09-2016 tags: back to school night, biography, biology, common craft, creative writing, digital storytelling, experiment, explain, explainer, explanatory, foreign language, historical event, history, language arts, laws, literature, make, maker space, movie, my simple show, science, script, storyline, summary, textbook, video, video creator, vimeo, virtual, writing, youtube 0 what it is: my simple show video creator lets students easily create professional level “explainer” videos. the finished product looks just like a common craft video, so cool! the step-by-step tool helps students think about storyline and the flow of explaining a concept. how to integrate my simple show into the classroom: my simple show is a fantastic option for digital storytelling. students begin by choosing to write their own script, or by uploading a power point presentation. next, they can choose from one of many templates to start from, or alternately, start from scratch. the templates are an awesome option because they give kids an outline and break down the story telling/explaining process. for each step in the process, it guides students with a prompt and with some examples. my simple show auto-magically picks up words in the script and suggests pictures. students can use the pre-selected images, choose an image from the my simple show library of images, or upload their own image or picture. in the final step, students add audio. this can be computer generated or students can record their own audio. the finished product is pretty impressive! below is a video i made quickly today. my simple show’s obvious use is for explanatory digital storytelling, but it would also be a great way for students to reflect on a field trip, tell a story, retell new learning (pssst. this is an awesome way to check for understanding!), or create their own “textbooks.” students can use my simple show to explain a historical event, introduce a biological process, introduce a physical law, summarize literature, summarize a biography, discuss pros and cons, explain a law, etc. use my simple show to create whole class stories where each student contributes a portion of the explanation or story.  this type of video can be made over a few weeks using classroom devices as a writing center.  this would be a fun way to create an a to z type book of learning, reflections by students after a unit, a 100 day video,  fact vs. opinion video,  a class video of poems, a phonics video, or a class video about a field trip that students took. students can take pictures of science experiments and create a digital video detailing the experiment with text, images, and student voice reflections included.  the finished product can be shared with parents and families easily through youtube, vimeo, or downloaded as a mp4 file. for a back to school night activity, take a picture of each student to add to a class video and record students sharing an explanation of a school day. this same idea could be used in preparation for parent-teacher conferences. students can create a video about their learning during the quarter/trimester, record thoughts about why they are proud of the work they did, and add reflections.  these can be shared as a starting point for conferences, at the end of the conference, parents have a keepsake. my simple show could also be used for character education. give the students a scenario or problem, and have them work out a step-by-step explanation or solution. because of the voice recording capabilities, my simple show, would be a great way for students to practice a foreign language.  they can illustrate a word or phrase accompanied by the audio.  classes could work together to create a “living” digital glossary. be sure to give your students access to my simple show in your maker space, it is a great option for students to choose! tips: my simple show has video guides that lead students through each step of the process…i definitely recommend watching these at least once as a class or for the first round of creation! continue reading... swift playground: apple’s free app that teaches kids to code! posted by admin | posted in analyze, apply, create, fun & games, inquiry, ipod, maker space, math, middle/high school, primary elementary, science, secondary elementary, teacher resources, technology, understand (describe, explain), video | posted on 19-09-2016 tags: apple, code, create, hour of code, ipad, learn to code, logic, math, programming, science, swift, swift playground, technology 0 what it is: swift playground is an awesome new app from apple that teaches kids how to code in swift. this free app for ipads uses games to teach kids apple’s coding language used to create apps. students can drag and drop code, and easily edit the code to customize it. the code can be instantly run so students can test out their code and see if it works. best of all, in those instances that the code they put together doesn’t work, swift playground has debugging tools and hints built-in to help students rectify any problems. students can also code with swift from scratch making the app endlessly adaptable to any skill level. how to integrate swift playground into your classroom: swift playground requires no previous coding knowledge, making it the perfect tool for learning how to code. for those students who have experience with coding, swift playground is robust enough for even seasoned programmers to bring new ideas to life. swift playground begins with a series of challenges to help students master the basics, students use code to help characters navigate a 3d world. when the challenges have been mastered, students can build and manipulate their own code to dream up new creations. use swift playground to get your students thinking logically and solving problems from new perspectives. the skills built as students learn to code are the same skills that will help students in other disciplines like math and science. i love the way swift playground starts out by giving students a fun environment of challenges to learn the basics of swift, but also allows them the flexibility of drag and drop code, and allowing students to edit and write their own code. swift playground even features a special keyboard that includes the most common coding characters so that students don’t have to hunt through keyboards to find what they are looking for. as students advance in their skills, they can use code templates that allow customization with code. beyond what most learning platforms allow, students will be able to adjust multi-touch interactions, the accelerometer, and the gyroscope. these features and abilities are such an awesome tie-in to conversations about complex math and physics! when students are finished with their creation, they can share it with others using messages, mail, or airdrop. students can even post videos of their creation for others to see! for those who are really soaring, swift playground code can be exported to xcode (where the pros create apps). many classrooms don’t yet have time built into the day that is dedicated to coding. but perhaps once a week you use coding in math class as applied math, or use swift playground as part of a 20% time offering in your classroom. if those are unavailable, consider participating in hour of code.  play with swift playground yourself and you’ll start recognizing tie-ins with other learning that your students are doing. when your students are proficient with coding in swift playground, they can start creating and reflecting on learning with the code they know.  swift playground is a fantastic resource to have available as part of your maker space! maybe they create a new game to help them remember vocabulary, or math facts. perhaps they build a world based on a historical event. once those basics are mastered the application possibilities are endless! tips: everyone can code! this isn’t a skill that only a few should possess. even the youngest students can use swift playground, i’m talking kindergarten can use this app! if you are new to the concept of code, check out this crash course from apple. continue reading... 3 steps to a living curriculum posted by admin | posted in anastasis academy, blooms taxonomy, classroom management, collaboration, education reform, for teachers, inquiry, inspiration, middle/high school, primary elementary, professional development, secondary elementary, teacher resources, web tools | posted on 04-08-2016 tags: collaboration, curriculum, inquiry, learner profile, learning, learning genome project, living curriculum, pinterest, pyp, teaching 6 boxed curriculum does exactly that: it boxes in learning, narrows the scope of possibility, and leads kids to believe that learning is a chore. living curriculum does the opposite: it unleashes learning, opens up possibility and adjacent possibility, and leaves kids excited to continue learning. living curriculum grows and adapts for a richer, more meaningful learning experience. 3 steps to a living curriculum: know your students! this seems like a really obvious first step, but honestly, if you don’t know your students it will be impossible to break free of the box(ed) curriculum. how do you get to know your students? at anastasis, we dedicate our first days of school to getting to know our students and building a learner profile. we ask all kinds of interest and passion questions, we play a card game that helps us identify their learning style preferences, multiple intelligence strengths, and brain dominance, and we build a learner profile. to take students beyond pre-fab curriculum, you have to know them first. what are their strengths as a learner? where do they find struggle? all of this information will make you a better guide in the learning. it will also allow your students to understand themselves as learners and their classmates as learners. it will change the ecosystem in your classroom! break free of the box. you have to break free of the boxed curriculum before you can truly experience a living curriculum. boxed curriculum is like teaching students through paint by number. or like exploring the world via a map. sure, maps are a predictable. you can see the whole landscape in a simple, two dimensional layout. they give us answers and a 10,000 foot look at a landscape. they allow us to gather some information about the world: where major landmarks are in relation to other major landmarks, what rivers/lakes/mountains we might encounter. with a map, we can chart a course and head a direction. but it isn’t living. looking at a map is not the same as exploring the world. with inquiry, you may have a guidebook that helps along the way, but it is actually all about the journey. where boxed curriculum is about answers, inquiry is about the journey to the answer. living curriculum is immersive learning where students get to create their own map including the features and nuances that are important to them (this is why knowing them is step 1!). learning is too complex and beautiful to be captured by boxed curriculum. when students are immersed in the journey, they can appreciate the scale of a mountain, the wildlife and ecosystem of a river. a living curriculum is not prescriptive, it is an autobiography of learning written by the student as they learn. a living curriculum uses inquiry because the path to learning is more about following a direction than arriving at a destination. each year, i create a new set of inquiry guides for our teachers and students. the main inquiry questions stay the same every year (we love the pyp questions!): “who we are,” “where we are in place and time,” “how we express ourselves,” “how the world works,” “how we organize ourselves,” and “sharing the planet.” then, under each line of inquiry, i come up with a direction for our inquiry block and additional suggestions for different lines of inquiry that students could follow. each block has a pinterest board where we can collect resources for learning during the block. these are books, videos, apps, lesson ideas, articles, experiments, field trip possibilities, etc. invite teaching partners and students to collaborate. this is the living part of living curriculum. this is where the curriculum actually comes alive and changes and adapts organically as the learning process unfolds.  pinterest is a great place for this to happen and, be honest, you are there anyway! using our pinterest boards, i start gathering resources i think might be useful, then i invite teachers and students to collaborate with me. as they follow a direction in inquiry, inevitably it leads their learning in unexpected places that i couldn’t have imagined. inviting teachers and students who are doing the learning to collaborate, the curriculum comes alive. it adapts and changes and grows with us. living curriculum. our learning becomes fully immersive, and rich. students are creating their own maps as they explore learning. want to see an example of living curriculum in action? check out this example from anastasis! where to find the card game we use to build our learner profile: the learning genome project follow me on pinterest to see our living curriculum grow! continue reading... digital badges: credentialing the things that make us fully human posted by admin | posted in anastasis academy, education reform, evaluate, inspiration, middle/high school, open source, primary elementary, professional development, secondary elementary, teacher resources, web tools, web2.0, websites | posted on 10-07-2016 tags: achievement, aps, assessment, certify, credly, degree, digital badges, eportfolio, equity, human, learning, learning journey, map, mozilla backpack, open badge, open source, pd, reflection, summit, technology 3 two weeks ago, i attended the digital badge summit in denver, co. i’ve been somewhat hesitant to jump into digital badges world (despite knowing the digital badge ninja, @senorg) because i feared that digital badges were just one more way to categorize and label kids, another carrot to dangle in the classroom. i must admit, that some of this hesitation comes from experience with digital badges within epic kids books, an app we love at anastasis. our students (and teachers) have long been fans of epic! because it brings us so many books and expands our classroom libraries and feeds our students desire to read. toward the end of the school year, epic added digital badges. each time a student reads a book, they earn a badge within epic. pretty quickly our students stopped actually reading the books they had so loved just weeks before. they discovered that if they stayed on each page for a few seconds before flipping, they could get through books really quickly (without actually reading them) and still earn a badge. as educators, we watched our student’s love for reading dissipate in favor of a digital badge. we watched kids go from discussing the books they read, to competing to see who had the most badges. you can read about the full break down on @michellek107‘s blog here. you can see why it was with some trepidation that i embarked on the digital badge summit, but knowing @senorg as i do, i knew there would be more to digital badging. the summit was led by aurora public schools who has been on the front end of the digital badge movement. i’m so impressed with the way they have thought about, and are rolling out badging. it is not a replacement for assessment. the badges are not content specific, or task specific. instead, the aps badges are being used to credential preschool-12th grade students in 21st century skills. aps has also partnered with more than 20 endorsers who are facilitating a currency wherein students who earn endorsed badges, can use them in order to unlock opportunities with employers. students can earn badges in any order and through a variety of disciplines, making them very customizable to each student’s individual needs, strengths, and experience. aps issues badges using credly. credly is an end-to-end credential and badge management system. it seamlessly integrates into social media and open badge compliance and has an open credit api. badges are fully customizable, it is easy to issue badges to recipients, includes identity verification (to ensure credibility and authenticity), and allows students to share achievements on a variety of sites. perhaps my favorite moment of digital badge summit was the bold declaration that digital badges could be a great equalizer in education. @npinkard talked about learning deserts and how digital badging can help us better leverage a youth ecosystem to meet students where they are at (school, community, home, after school, etc.) students move across multiple learning spaces constantly. these are spaces defined by where learning happens, not a school address. people put their time into learning things that have social capital. digital badges can be a tool for social and economic justice. they can be a door opener to a successful future. an aps student spoke toward this reality as he described his own education. as a student with learning needs, he often received a report card that revealed all of the places that he was failing within his education. it revealed every struggle and none of his brilliance. when aps began issuing badges, this student, for the first time, was able to capture and share his brilliance. while he may not be good at the school game, it did not mean that he didn’t have strengths, places where he truly shined. the badges gave this student a way to capture and celebrate what he was good at and share that with others. now, he is able to take his accomplishments and share with future universities or employers all of the things that make him a standout candidate even if his grades don’t necessarily reflect that. digital badging can give students a language to promote their skills and experience to future employees or schooling. digital badges can also be used to facilitate meaningful relationships between students and mentors, they can be used to help guide and motivate students. a distinction was made between standards (expecting a high-quality) and standardization (repetition, everyone being a cog in the system). as @dajbelshaw said, “i don’t go to two separate michelin star restaurants expecting the same dish, but i do expect the same high quality.” this is an important distinction, and one i don’t think we make enough in education. it is also the difference between prescriptive pathways and descriptive pathways. badges shouldn’t be prescriptive, they should be descriptive of what a student has done. a learning autobiography of what has been accomplished rather than the charted path. “keep badges weird. don’t replicate the system we have now with ever more high stake credentials.”-@dajbelshaw we also heard about how badges can make an e-portfolio more interactive, when badges can be linked directly to learning evidence, students have a powerful map of their learning that is searchable and shareable. anastasis uses e-portfolios together with our assessment system to help students remember and reflect on their learning journey. the badges can act as a bread-crumb-trail of sorts so that students can go back through and reflect on where they started and all the steps along the way that led to accomplishments. like growing older, learning often happens as such a pace, that you don’t always know it happened until you look back at pictures. it is only through reflection that you realized that you’ve changed at all. students need a way to celebrate their small and big wins alike. badges can help students see the richness of skills that have been learned that isn’t easily captured otherwise. several colorado organizations shared about the ways that they are using digital badging to help students capture learning including the denver public library, colorado history museum, and colorado volunteers. the programs are impressive to be sure, but one of the things that became apparent is that there needs to be a common language in the digital badge space. currently those who are issuing badges are often doing so within their own ecosystem. there isn’t a common ‘currency’ where badges are created and shared. in order for them to reach their full potential, badges need to be more universally shared and accepted so that they exist in a common space. the struggle here is in, “who defines knowledge and gives it a value?”- paulo frier this is an important consideration! badges shouldn’t be controlled by one organization, but rather open, transferable, stackable, and evidence based. every learner should be able to control their identity and therefore their badges. “badging can help credential all things that make us fully human.” @dajbelshaw reports and certificates show a very narrow view of what it means to be human. digital badges open up a wider ability to help us describe who we are and what makes each of us unique. that badges can help us speak toward what makes us more fully human is the reason i left the digital badge summit hopeful. hopeful that rather than diluting learning with another “carrot” dangled, that digital badges can be a way for students to share their uniqueness, what makes their identity different from anyone else. used properly, badges can be used to reveal and celebrate our individual humanity. thanks @senorg and aps for putting on a truly spectacular summit! continue reading... anatomy of a learner profile posted by admin | posted in anastasis academy, character education, classroom management, education reform, inspiration, middle/high school, primary elementary, professional development, secondary elementary, teacher resources | posted on 10-06-2016 tags: anatomy of a learner profile, brain dominance, card set, cards, classroom, education reform, identity, individual, inspiration, learner profile, learning genome, learning style, multiple intelligence strengths, pd, personalization, professional development, teacher resources, unique, voice 1 at anastasis academy, we’ve decided that above all else, we will value the identity of all of our students. because this is a core value, we’ve built it into our school year. before our first day of school, we hold two days that we call “learner profile days.” parents sign their child up for a one hour, one-on-one conference between the student and teacher. during this hour, our teacher’s job is to get to know the student. we ask a host of questions that inevitably come with nuance and supporting stories. then the kids interact with learning genome card sets to identify their learning style preferences, their multiple intelligence strengths, and their brain dominance. the result is a learner profile. this profile is our starting point for every decision we make. when you begin the year this way, it is impossible to think of students as data points. when you listen to their stories, you learn their feelings, and experiences, and values, and habits of mind, and gain a picture of who they are. you can do this, you can make the decision to take time out of your first weeks of school and gain a picture of who your students are. what do you value? the anatomy of a learner profile: student name- in the whole of history, there has never been another one just like them. with this name comes unique gifts, passions, and a vantage point on the world. with this name comes unique genius all their own. the student name is a bold reminder of the identity. interests/passions- this is where we begin to learn about student passions, their likes and dislikes, their hurts, and the things that make them feel alive. in this one-on-one interview, we hear stories, often these questions will lead students down a thought trail that gives us insight. learning style preference- learning style preferences do not indicate that this is the only modality that the student can learn with; however, when we know the preferences that a student has we can make better decisions about introducing new learning. we discover learning style preferences through the learning genome card set. multiple intelligence strengths- howard garner’s theory of multiple intelligences details eight distinct intelligences. all learners have the capacity to learn and understand in a variety of ways, each learner differs in their strengths of these intelligences. discovering a students unique mixture of strengths allows us to better direct students in learning and curiosity. we discover multiple intelligence strengths through the learning genome card set. brain dominance- learning about a student’s preference in brain dominance allows us to make better decisions about how we design our classroom, how we design learning experiences, and how students will approach learning and assessment. we discover brain dominance through the learning genome card set.  strengths finder- this is where we gain insight into our students strengths and the way passion can collide with learning experiences. we use thrively. save save save save save save continue reading... previous greengeeks offers fantastic- web 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