Image Source: Stenhouse Publishers
While on vacation, I've been smiling, highlighting, and nodding in agreement while reading Diana Neebe and Jen Roberts' new book, Power Up: Making the Shift to 1:1 Teaching and Learning, published by one of my favorites, Stenhouse Publishers. I've added a brief audio review of the book below, and will return to add more information later after finishing the book. I plan to use it as a key source for Professional Development next year!
TECH is Diana Neebe and Jen Roberts innovative interpretation of the
SAMR Model created by Ruben R. Puentedura, Ph.D.
Figure 1.5 Power Up
Power Up Study Guide
Plug in Power Up Website
Follow them on Twitter:
Diana Neebe: @dneebe
Jen Roberts: @jenroberts1
Note and a bit of a disclaimer:
I first met Jen Roberts in March 2015 when I attended her session on Blogging at the Google in Education Summit on March 21-22, 2015 following the annual CUE 2015 Conference in Palm Springs, CA. I was inspired by her Lit and Tech Blog, overall body of work, and started to follow her on Twitter. When I ran into her again at EdSurge Summit in LA, I knew that I was doing the right kind of PD, since she was there! While virtually attending the ISTE conference (ISTELive), up popped a Periscope, and I was able to attend Diana and Jen's session on Power Up via Jen's Phone. I was immediately hooked! While taking a class this summer, I asked Jen to Guest Post on this blog, to which she kindly agreed. You can see her post here. Thanks Jen and Diana for your #professionalgenerosity !