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The classroom: To flip or not to flip?

That is the question. Flipping the classroom seems to be in vogue now.  It’s an interesting concept. Just what is the flipped classroom all about?  I decided to do some research on the topic. 323 more words

Teaching Strategies

Unconventional Methods

As an educator, I must be purposeful in providing “differentiated instruction,” which means that students in my classes are different types of learners (some are visual, some auditory, some tactile) with varying levels of ability (some advanced, some at grade-level, some “emerging”) who come from a variety of backgrounds and cultures (racial, socioeconomic) and belief systems (political, social); thus my classroom instruction needs to be designed so as to meet these different needs using different methods. 724 more words

Community Service

Cash in on Learning: Preparing for Different Learners

Even though there is about a month left in our summer vacation, it’s not too soon to start preparing for the coming school year. Unless you loop (the practice of having students more than one year), you probably won’t know much about your incoming students. 1,060 more words

FSP Author

Thoughts on Multimedia vs. Single Media

We are working on our final products this week in my Multimedia in Technology Applications course, a web-based multimedia version of our instructional sets.  So far in the course we have been asked to create instructional sets using only one form of media – text, graphics, audio, and video – or combining two of them.  514 more words

Teachers

Summer Planning: 3 Ways to Plan for Diverse Learners

Like you, I strive to provide differentiated instruction for all of my students. When asked how to plan for diverse learners, my best advice to new and aspiring teachers is – to put yourselves in the seats of your students. 154 more words

Can Differentiated Instruction lead to Self-Directed Learning?

My question in this entry is whether Differentiated Instruction (DI) can be justified for the opportunity it offers to kick-start and scaffold the process of becoming a self-directed learner. 552 more words

Education

Personalized Learning- Lesson Plan Revisions

This week for CEP 811 we watched an inspirational Ted Talk by Richard Culatta, Director of the Office of Educational Technology for the United States of America. 929 more words

CEP 811