Monthly Archives: November 2012

4 Ways to Increase Engagement In The Classroom – Edudemic

Continue to read down to examples of technology used to support learning and engage students in critical thinking and creativity. 4 Ways to Increase Engagement In The Classroom – Edudemic. Advertisements

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grmr.me

Check out this site for teaching English, created by an English teacher:  grmr.me.  He used a beta application from Youtube to insert questions and answers into instructional video so that the viewer can interact in real time.  Exciting development for flipped, … Continue reading

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Great Videos from YouTube

Downtime during the Thanksgiving break, but not enough energy to get involved in heavy reading/research/planning? This is a great mashup of video content from some leaders in flipped and blended learning.The Next 10 Education Gurus | EdTech Magazine. Also… from … Continue reading

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Gaming in the Classroom

For anyone who’s considered using gaming in the classroom, or even wants to explore the idea:  Teacher Gaming Network.  Many of you will remember Jay’s reference to Bozeman’s use of games in his Science classroom – you can also read … Continue reading

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TodaysMeet

I’ve used this at many conferences – its something like Twitter to use, but each “chat room” is unique to your specific purpose – classroom, project, assignment  – and totally private.  The teachers below posted this on NAIS blog: TodaysMeet. … Continue reading

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Center for the Digital Book

This is a direct result of a NYSAIS conference John and I attended in August.  I’ve posted other resources on this blog. Center for the Digital Book: Books that change schools, not schools that change books.

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www.flippedlearning.org/

Free online resources by subject area.  Join the ning if you’re at all interested in learning about Flipped Learning.  www.flippedlearning.org/webinars

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