About Marshal Conley

Marshal Conley is a senior technical assistance consultant and Educational Technology and Innovation lead at the American Institutes for Research. His current work focuses on innovative, technology-infused solutions to improve educator professional learning. He is the Project Director for Connected Educator Month and serves in a leadership capacity on several other projects focused on educational technology for K-12 and adult learners.

A Whale of a PBL

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From STEM to STEAM: What Works, Exemplary Practices, Schools, and Models

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Guest Post: Kathleen Bellanca – What’s Really in the Bag? Part II

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Guest Post: Kathleen Bellanca – It’s More Than A Bag Of Chips! Part I

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Guest Post: Steve Zipkes – Professional Learning and PBL: An Open Letter To George Bernard Shaw

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Guest Post: Melinda George – Rethinking Professional Learning: The Role of Technology

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Guest Post: Jill Pilon – Secondary Teachers Transform Their Practice

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Guest Post: Kiera Chase – What’s So Special? Five Principles For The Effective Teaching Of Students With Special Needs

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Guest Post: Will Richardson – Effective Teaching: New Roles For A Digital Generation

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Guest Post: Tara Vazquez and Alicia Bowman – Enacting A District’s Vision for Student Agency

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Connecting for more than just an Hour – Ongoing Events

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