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Eric has authored 6 books and 20 articles in major publications. Be sure to check out his award-winning blog.

  • Using Feedback Logs to Empower Learners
    by Eric Sheninger on June 17, 2018 at 12:25 pm

    The most successful companies are successful because they are always looking for ways to improve.  When it comes to their employees, there is no ceiling as they are continually pursuing pathways and allocating resources to help the best get even better. The same philosophy can be applied to our schools. Continuous feedback for all learners, regardless of their abilities or where they are at, […]

  • Reflective Learning as the New Normal
    by Eric Sheninger on June 10, 2018 at 12:36 pm

    The quest to improve pedagogy, and in turn learner outcomes, is a focus of many schools.  We toil away at chasing the next big innovative idea, trend, or tool as a path to improvement yet little changes. Maybe success lies in taking a more detailed look at daily practice. The key to future-proofing education is to empower students to not only think, but to apply their thinking in relevant […]

  • The Pedagogy of Digital Discussion
    by Eric Sheninger on June 3, 2018 at 12:47 pm

    I wasn’t an overly confident student when it came to engaging in open conversations during class.  If one of my teachers posed a question, I only raised my hand if I was 99.9% sure that I knew the correct answer.  I guess you can chalk this up to the fact that I lacked a certain degree of confidence in my knowledge acquisition or the fact that I was a relatively shy student when […]