Any teacher who has spent more than a few years in the profession will be exposed to a variety of educational trends. Innovative interventions, burgeoning buzzwords, and ambiguous acronyms are often touted as the next best thing, only to be replaced a short time later with a new trend.

For this reason, it’s easy to become disillusioned about implementing a change in pedagogy; why work to make room for something new when it’s likely to disappear in a short time?

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  • About the Author:

    Denise Shovlin is a secondary English teacher in suburban Philadelphia, PA. In her 14th year of teaching, she has a vested interest in educational technology integration and instructional coaching. She holds a M.Ed. and a certificate in Instructional Learning Technology, and she is currently pursuing a second M.Ed. with a concentration in Educational Technology.