The Anytime Anywhere Learning Foundation
Transforming Learning Through Universal Access to Technology
The goal of the Anytime Anywhere Learning Foundation (AALF) is to ensure that all children have access to unlimited opportunities to learn anytime and anywhere and that they have the tools that make this possible. To achieve this, AALF helps schools develop visionary leadership and knowledgeable, innovative educators.
**A new AALF Course: WE'VE GOT LAPTOPS, NOW WHAT? - FOUNDATIONS FOR CLASSROOM SUCCESS
AALF's 'We've Got Laptops, Now What? - Foundations for Classroom Success' is a Professional Development course that focuses on best practices of highly effective 1:1 classes and their organization, pedagogy, and learning culture. This course is based on four foundations for learning: inquiry, choice, collaboration, and creativity. Click here for more information.
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This article from California Educational Technology Professionals Association's (CEPTA) journal "Databus," discusses a school's journey researching hardware options. Be sure to check it out!
Raising Modern Learners is a new site run by Will Richardson in collaboration with AALF President Bruce Dixon. It details how parents need to be involved at the heart of the conversation around change in our children's schools.
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At present，due to the increasing mobile phone users，many businesses compete in maintenance and accessories--this emerging market，especially the increasing listed cell phone batteries，there are authentic and fake, good and bad. So when consumer is buying batteries, apart from buying from...
Sometimes when I read articles about ubiquitous access these days, I find myself feeling a little tentative. You know, you want to believe it’s all good, and everyone is embracing the sorts of things we have all worked so hard to achieve…but sadly, there is no Santa Claus..and they are not...
We hear so much about personalized learning – I even use the term myself, hoping that what I mean is what others understand, but knowing full well it isn’t. Once again, here’s a term that loses all meaning as it’s appropriated by every reform group to describe all types of learning, from...
Ok. Enough is Enough. I want to qualify what I am about to say, because I frankly think now something needs to be said. Firstly I do not normally, publically at least, comment on individual 1 to 1 rollouts. Anywhere. Our role at the Foundation has been to provide support, thought leadership...
AALF COACHING AND 1:1 PD
AALF coaches help support districts and site educators to develop their leadership skills, implement a professional development plan, and design the foundation of a successful 1:1 program. To learn more about the many ways in which AALF coaches can help shape and guide your 1:1 program, click here to read what Karen Ward, Manager of Coaching and Professional Development services at AALF, has to say!
Corcoran High School in Corcoran, California implemented its 1:1 program in 2009. This year, Corcoran launched the Corcoran Academy of Art and Technology (CAAT). Designed as an academy within the larger structure of the school, CAAT provides year 9 and 10 students with an opportunities for increased rigor and relevance within a cross curricular setting.
Click here to read about Corcoran\'s CAAT program, and the role that AALF coaching has played in the process.By: Karen Ward, AALF Coaching
October 2, 2013
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