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Flipping the Classroom

Teachers from around the world have adopted the flipped classroom model and are using it to teach a variety of courses to students of all ages.

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What it means, how they do it

Predictive assessment gives teachers a prediction of how students are likely to perform on state summative exams three, six, or nine months before taking them.

Videoconferencing: What to Wear, What to Do

Tip: When I participated in my first videoconference, I did not realize that what I wore could cause audio noise. I wore my favorite shirt — a plaid with red in it. Red and video don’t work well together. If it wasn’t for my dynamic personality this conference might have flopped. Just kidding! I have

What to do with all that stuff

Tip: I am trying to go through my office, my home office, and garage to figure out what magazines and journals to keep, what books I still need to keep on hand, any software that might help my teachers, and paper files. I even have a closet in my laundry dedicated to older versions of software and videos. Now

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Tools and Tips for the Flipped Classroom

These days many teachers are thinking about flipping their classrooms. Incase you’ve been offline for the last year, flipping a class means taking normalclassroom activities, such as lectures or demonstrations, and substitutingthem for activities that are typically done outside of the classroom.

Do You Have The Audacity?

Tip: Audacity is a free audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems. Now you can create podcasts and also modify any sound. Just download to your desktop and follow the GNU General Public License. You can use Audacity to: Record

21st-Century Classroom Report

Technology skills are essential to a successful future, according to students surveyed in the second annual 21st-Century Classroom Report, a nationwide survey of more than 1,000 high school students, faculty and IT staff. Ninety-four percent of students said learning and mastering technology skills will improve their educational and career opportunities, and 97 percent of faculty agreed.