I don’t know a lot about the buzz in differentiated instruction- “Flipped Classroom.” Watch this brief clip below. Continue Reading →
Archive | August, 2012
Edmodo is a neat looking site for educators!
There is a wealth of information around the web available to promote student learning. Until recently I found out about YouTube For Schools. From the video below the content appears to be curated by specific topic. This tool looks like it can be a huge asset to promote student achievement and increase engagement. Continue Reading →
Yesterday, I shared how I hope to integrate Twitter into my classroom with the goal of improving student achievement. Today, I have pulled together elements from the web from Storify. It’s interesting the amount of content from the web about AP World History. For the sake of brevity I will keep it simple. Check it out below, let me know what you think.
The school year is almost here. I have been thinking about ways I can incorporate social media into my classroom and add value to our teacher community. There are many platforms that could be used to increase student achievement. For this blog post I will stick with Twitter. How easy is it share in 140 characters or less? Very easy, in my opinion. Here is a quick list of seven ways you can integrate tweeting into your work as a teacher and professional educator. Let me know if this is helpful or if you would add something additional. Continue Reading →