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FTPL - QR Codes

In this episode of Flipped Teacher Professional Learning, I show you how to use QR Codes to share web links (and some other resources) with others via a QR Code.


SpongeBob Squarepants - Uncut

Don’t fear failure so much that you refuse to try new things. The saddest summary of a life contains three descriptions: could have, might have, and should have. 744 more words


FTPL - URL Shorteners

This episode of FTPL demonstrates how to utilise URL shorteners, specifically Tinyurl.com, to help make sharing URLs with students easier.


Revolutions in the Classroom: Digital Humanities and the U.S. History Survey

By Erin Zavitz

Last August, only weeks after being hooded, I started my first position at a small public university in Montana. Like many other newly minted PhDs, I scrambled to put together syllabi and lesson plans for courses I had never taught, including the first half of the U.S. 1,205 more words

American Revolution

Education Nation | Day Two Session Three | Olivia O'Neill

It’s only when  every student has a laptop, the power begins.”
Seymour Papert, quoted by Olivia O’Neill at Education Nation. 8 June 2016… 746 more words


FTPL - Using Twitter in the Classroom

In this episode of Flipped Teacher Professional Learning, I go through eight ways in which to use Twitter as a tool for Teaching and Learning. Some of these may not be appropriate to use in your specific context, but the majority would be achievable in most classrooms. 16 more words


FTPL - Using Storify with Twitter

This Flipped Teacher Professional Learning video shows you how you can utilise a program called Storify to capture and archive for later access and reference, posts from social media, particularly Twitter. 24 more words