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In the Spotlight: Stacy Libal, GT Teacher, Flips with Google Classroom

Teachers typically use Google Classroom for home learning opportunities, whole-class activities, and/or discussion threads.  It’s a great way to push content to students and share thinking.  203 more words

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"Flipped Classroom" time

Teaching part-time has been a very rewarding experience, but it has not without its challenges.

I love getting to that “Aha!” moment of realization in my students and I sometimes think that in order to really get people’s attention, one must really “invest” a whole lot, because although they can’t help it, these tired and stressed population DO NEED their beauty sleep. 22 more words


Learning Strategies That Work

A great piece in the Guardian by Carl Hendrick that links principles to practise in the classroom. He also debunks some high workload / low impact elements present in many classrooms. 18 more words


Reasons to Try a Flipped Lesson

What is harder than teaching a lesson to a room of 30 teenagers?  Recording yourself teaching in front of…yourself.

In the last couple of years, “flipped” and “blended” have become top buzz words in the education community.  549 more words

Flipped Classroom - Interstate Tutoring: Update

You may recall that I started tutoring a high school IB student in Florida. Well, I’ve had four tutoring sessions with her, and things are going amazingly well. 685 more words

Flipped Classroom

And so it began

The new school year began, the first semester is almost over, and I have not written on this once. There were a few times I thought about oh, this would be a good blog topic, but never sat on my couch with my computer and began writing. 377 more words


L&D Lessons from Volleyball

As a recent observer at a volleyball practice, it occurred to me that there are definite lessons to be learned from athletic training that also translate to the work we do in Learning and Development. 534 more words