Monthly Archives: August 2012

Teachers ‘flip’ their lectures, homework to reach more students – The York Daily Record

Vicki sent me this link with some authentic classroom experiences using the flipped classroom model:   Teachers ‘flip’ their lectures, homework to reach more students – The York Daily Record. Advertisements

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Social Studies resources

This is a great public resource for history teachers, compiled by other teachers with links to their class pages and videos for flipped classrooms Social Studies Flipped Class Community

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Cool Cat Teacher Blog: 89 lesson plans and ideas for teaching math – #mathchat

Cool Cat Teacher Blog: 89 lesson plans and ideas for teaching math – #mathchat.

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Cool Cat Teacher Blog: 62 Ideas, Lessons and Humor for English Teachers #engchat

Cool Cat Teacher Blog: 62 Ideas, Lessons and Humor for English Teachers #engchat.

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Online content resources

iBook Teacher Toolkit Whether creating an etext or curating online content for a class this will refer you to a wide variety of resources.

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Flipping Bloom’s Taxonomy | Powerful Learning Practice

Flipping Bloom’s Taxonomy | Powerful Learning Practice. Makes a lot of sense if we’re really focussed on creative problem solving and critical thinking skills.  If there are archived videos available to the students which explain basic concepts, they can access … Continue reading

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25 Ways Teachers Can Integrate Social Media Into Education | Edudemic

25 Ways Teachers Can Integrate Social Media Into Education | Edudemic. Full of ideas and practical applications for facebook, twitter, pinterest, youtube, blogs, etc.

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