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One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

This past week (my first with flipped learning) has been overwhelming to say the least. After working with students who were iPad-proficient at the end of last year, I have a whole new group who are new to the technology. 301 more words

Engaged Students

Turn your ebooks into workbooks with clever annotation tools

A new reading experience is now live and available through RM Books,  allowing you to  enhance and personalise ebooks by adding annotation over the text. 198 more words


Set to Blend and Ready to Go

The moment has arrived. Everything I’ve worked on as a scientist, a teacher and a human being has led to this moment – our chemistry class is fully blended, mastery-based and self-paced. 1,702 more words

Blended Learning

Book Series for the Digital Age

Over dinner this week, a friend asked if I knew anything about the Corwin Connected Educator Series. I didn’t but I was intrigued by what she told me so I went online and discovered an interesting list of books recommended within this series. 216 more words

The Art of Planning Deeper Learning

A Deep Learning Experience
Deep Learning experiences develop when the learner is able to identify and link pre-existing knowledge and understandings. As the learning becomes deeper the learner is then able to extend and apply their ideas. 2,555 more words

Summer of Learning

This summer, I did not go to any major conferences. With the sole exception of the Educational Technology Leadership Consortium (ETLC ) Conference on June 12th, and the upcoming EdCamp in San Francisco Bay on August 23rd, I will have attended exactly ZERO professional development sessions this summer. 499 more words

Teacher Passion

Not well-equipped for flipped? How the in-class flip might help develop your learners' skills

The problem with flipped learning….

There is a lot of chatter in the blogosphere about flipped learning, about the possibilities of engaging learners outside the classroom with activities that cover core content and therefore freeing up class time for higher ordering questioning, learning checks and feedback. 598 more words