*This is a reflection post required for my JHU-ISTE Leadership program. This reflection is to focus on answering the following questions: How has your definition of curriculum been shaped by the course readings and discussions? How and why has your definition of curriculum changed? For reference, our texts for this course were: Burrello, L. C., […]
Technology and Curriculum
*This is a reflection post required for my JHU-ISTE Leadership program. This post is being completed for the course “Curriculum Theory.” We have been exploring various curricular theories and programs, and this week we are to reflect on the following two questions: * As a school administrator and instructional leader, what instructional technology would you […]
As part of my JHU-ISTE administration program, I am completing an internship with ISTE’s webinar department. My task for the next couple weeks is to research potential topics for next year’s webinars. Once we establish the topics, I will then explore potential speakers. Sounds a bit familiar, I know. While this certainly won’t prove as […]
What is Curriculum?
I have been in education for ten years, and I haven’t thought enough about that question. I’m now in the second week of the course, “Curriculum Theory” in my JHU-ISTE program, and we’ve started wrestling with some tough questions about curriculum. The first being the title for this post. What is curriculum? It seems the […]
*This is a reflection post required for my JHU-ISTE Leadership program. For this assignment, I was required to conduct a full clinical observation cycle with a teacher. I conducted a pre-observation conference, a classroom observation, and a post-observation conference. I was required to video the post-observation conference, and the following are my notes regarding what […]