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Book Notice: Online, Blended, and Distance Education: Building Successful School Programs (Online Learning and Distance Education)

This showed up on Amazon for pre-order this past week (and in less than two days it was showing up as an ad on the side of my Facebook page – see image above). 685 more words


Sabaq Foundation: Making Waves in the Field of Education

Founded in 2012, Sabaq Foundation (http://sabaq.pk/) is a non-profit Trust registered with Government of Pakistan. The Trust was founded by Iqbal Mustafa Khan in 2012, after he realized that there was a severe shortage of quality education in Pakistan. 755 more words

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Hsilgne: Flipped Instruction in the English Classroom

Flipped instruction is everywhere these days… but how does that translate into the English classroom?  When I first learned about flipped instruction, I assumed that it was a natural fit for content-heavy courses like science and history, but I struggled to make the flip work in my English course, which centers on skills. 492 more words


Another shot at American schools, and another "solution".

I have seen many articles decrying the way education is delivered in America, for example this one by David Edwards, entitled,

American Schools Are Training Kids for a World That Doesn’t Exist… 701 more words


Voller Hörsaal – erste Präsenzveranstaltung

Diesen Montag sind wir mit über 200 Teilnehmer*innen in das neue Semester gestartet.

Wie läuft eine Teilnahme bei meko:bus ab? Was ist eigentlich Blended Learning… 177 more words


Wearable learning?

Here’s an interesting post from the team at TrainingZone.  With the advent of wearable technologies such as the smart watch and Google glasses, the possibilities for learning and teaching become quite interesting!   70 more words

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APA Annotated Bibliography & the Flipped Classroom

About the assignment

The APA Annotated Bibliography assignment gave me the opportunity to conduct research on fresh, student-centered instructional methods that I can adopt, in full or in part, in my own classroom. 234 more words