Author Archives: Denise Herrenbruck

Quality in Online Education

Opinion Article in The Oregonian: How Online Education Can Work

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Preparing Final Grades?

Towards Fair and Meaningful Grading Practices for the Differentiated Standards-Based Classroom Public school teachers today are charged with designing standards-based learning experiences that will be effective with increasingly diverse groups of students. To fulfill that goal, they have begun to use a wide variety of the assignments, learning activities, culminating projects and assessments with the [...]

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Tribute to a Teacher

“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops” Henry Adams A Tribute to a Special Teacher

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Powerful Asynchronous Conversation

Asynchronous forums offer many learning opportunities and benefits, but deep inquiry happens only when the teacher provides good structure and moderation.  Here are my 10 tips for building purposeful conversation in asynchronous virtual forums.

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