This essay is based on examining an historical debate between Richard Clark and Richard Kozma about Instructional Design and Technology using the articles, Clark (1994) and Kozma (1994). While I respect Clark’s body of research, I agree with Kozma. We must be forward thinking in our research and design. Media will be indispensable to learning… Read More Instructional Design & Technology: Separate or Integrated?
This survey was submitted to a group of ten teachers at one of the school sites that I work with as an instructional math coach. As part of my graduate capstone project, we will be starting an instructional observation strategy called Instructional Rounds. Instructional Rounds is a process whereby teachers observe other classrooms in order… Read More Google Forms Fosters Inquiry Based Teaching