Monthly Archives: October 2012

Stump The Teacher: Innovation Day 2011

Now this is an innovative approach which allows students to  discover and create their own learning with the support of the teachers and school resources.  Based on the Google 20% concept and Daniel Pink’s book  Drive: The Surprising Truth About … Continue reading

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The 2012 A-Z List Of Educational Twitter Hashtags | Edudemic

This list is extensive – a great way to get a flavor of what Twitter has to offer educators.  Play with it.    The 2012 A-Z List Of Educational Twitter Hashtags | Edudemic.

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Cybraryman Internet Catalogue

Cybraryman Internet Catalogue. An amazing resource for technology integration by subject area. Spend some time with it.

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Interviews with National Teacher of the Year winners and finalists.

This latest  from the NAIS Teacher of the Future blog and it is great reading.  You can go directly to the link below and pick up some tips and strategies.        “J. William Towne, author of the critically acclaimed … Continue reading

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How To Flip An Entire School | Edudemic

And another perspective on Flipping:   How To Flip An Entire School | Edudemic.

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Flipped Learning – a step in the shift.

Flipped Learning can not and should not be simply be a reversal of the traditional lecture/homework model.  When used well, it will present the content to the students through short video tutorials and other innovative methods so that time in … Continue reading

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Hathaway Brown Education Innovation Summit. 2012. Everybody’s children

An energizing meeting of independent school educators from around the US. Here’s a taste of the topics and conversations. Feel free to ask questions and I’ll be happy to share more. I was able to attend 5 working sessions, the … Continue reading

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