The Search Results: Among other useful materials, I stumbled across a pretty neat interactive image on the Cyberbee site that answers some common student questions about copyright, including the one that sent me over the edge!
As the school year starts, many teachers are wanting to implement flipped learning into their classes. Before you begin, I encourage you to answer each of the questions below. The purpose of the questions is to help teachers BEGIN the process of flipping their class. This is only the first step. Flipped Class 101 can lead to Flipped Learning, which is a second stage of the Flipped Class. Many teachers are asking for some step by step guidelines as they begin.
Flipped classrooms are just starting to make their appearance in some schools in our region. If you're considering it, this is a good place to start with questions to help you frame your classroom design (and if you're ready for it).
When Debra Gittler, Ed.M.'10, visited a classroom of kindergarteners in Corinto, Nicaragua she asked them what they thought would happen if children's book characters Froggy and Clifford met. Not knowing what responses ...
As I've mentioned earlier, I'll be giving one of the keynotes at this year's K-12 Online Conference, a free professional development opportunity for educators. You can see the entire schedule here. My keynote presentation will ...
"Evenote, as I've posted many times, is such a versatile application that every educator is bound to find it useful. Besides the fact that you can access the application across devices, there are some additional extensions and tablet apps that make it even more useful and versatile for the school leader and classroom teacher. Check out each of these tablet apps and Chrome extensions to extend the usefulness of the application even further."
While the world changes, schools in the United States have remained the same. If kids around the globe are learning different skills, U.S. If leaders want to spark real change, they need to collaborate with teachers and other staff to create a vision for their schools. Once they have a common vision to work toward, leaders have to communicate that vision over and over again, Larkin said.