This school year I am trying to mentally start fresh. I want to start “new”. I don’t want to rely on things I have done in the past. This worked for the last two years, but after you share all you know, use all the techniques you have tested, and read what you have read […]
Flipped PD: Using Google Classroom to Make It Happen! My experiment using Google Classroom for staff inservice
"Apple TV is a little black box that can work miracles in a classroom. Built largely for entertaining purposes by Apple, Apple TV is used increasingly in the classroom by educators who primarily want to take advantage of the mirroring capabilities of the device. For those who are not familiar with the term “mirroring”, simply put, a key feature in Apple devices called “AirPlay” can literally mirror or project your device’s screen (iPod/iPad/iPhone), via an LCD projector that is connected to the Apple TV. All you need aside from an Apple TV is an iPad 2 or newer, an LCD projector, and then, the sky is the limit."
"This post could be almost infinite: there is most certainly an extraordinary array of options for videos which expand educators’ understandings and inspire advances in 21st century learning. But curation is about choice and selection, and while I know I will leave out many, I thought I’d offer up a set of 15 of my favorites for your consideration for video screening at at back-to-school or beginning-of-the-year faculty meetings (and/or parent and board meetings).
"I’ve starred those that might also serve as useful and engaging videos to share with students at back to school or other assemblies.
"I am sure every reader will have their own opinions about the videos I’ve left off this list, and please: add them below using the comment box, or, post yourself your own set and share the link from this post to your own."
A wonderful list. You are sure to find something valuable here. -JL
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