Ask, "What Else?"

What else would help students learn?

What else could improve student learning?

Students today enjoy the connectedness of social networking; it is part of their very being. How do we bring instruction into that cloud to teach the content required in ways that inspire online responsibility and ethics in this new, very public world?

This project shares some of the strategies and tools of social networking that help chunk learning so that teachers can intermittently through the teaching process assess the levels of understanding of students in their classrooms so that adjustments, reteaching, or extensions can occur to ensure all students learn.

Although teachers have always been accountable for student learning, now student learning must be demonstrated, recorded, and improved according to set standards.

To add to your own repertoire of strategies for improving student learning, this site shares Web 2.0 tools for communities of learning, assessment for learning, and development of language.  About This Project

It's design and content was inspired by and for the Math/Science Partnership. It is a work-in-progress.

Sheri Edwards, About Me


What Else ?

21st Century Learning


Community of Learners

Development of Language

Assessment for Learning




Ask, "What Else?"

What else would help students learn?


What tools and strategies online will support student learning? For best use of this site, see the


  1. Choose an area of interest from the  annotated Table of Contents
  2. Think how it applies to your curriculum considering
    1. student needs,
    2. assessment needs,
    3. language needs.
  3. Play with the tool and strategy using your curriculum.

After exploring this site and trying the suggestions, please take a moment to complete this survey. 

Thank you.

Sheri Edwards