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

  • #EDvice: Interest Powers Learning and Outcomes
    by Eric Sheninger on January 30, 2023 at 3:19 pm

    Humans crave a deep connection when it comes to learning something new, especially if they initially don't see any value in what's being taught or facilitated. We expect this as adult learners, so it goes without saying that our students both want and need this as well. In the absence of authentic meaning there is a tendency to disconnect or go off task, putting the learning experience at hand in […]

  • Imparting Value When It Comes to Change
    by Eric Sheninger on January 22, 2023 at 2:28 pm

    I remember vividly as a young principal when I started to drink the “edtech” Kool-Aid many years ago. It represented a true turning point in how I thought about change in education. Up until this point, my thinking was relatively traditional and as such, so was the culture of my school. However, I was motivated like never before to move beyond the nearly impenetrable walls I had mentally […]

  • #EDvice: Closing Learning Gaps with Rotational Models
    by Eric Sheninger on January 16, 2023 at 4:41 pm

    Education is still reeling from the impacts of COVID-19. The rapid shift to virtual learning was a necessity and, like always, educators rose to the occasion like they always do even though training in this area didn’t really exist at scale.  A few years later, we are beginning to get an idea of the most pressing issue at hand, which is learning recovery. During coaching visits across the […]