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Flipped Classrooms; Moving from Teacher-Centered to Student-Centered

The paradigm for teaching and learning is slowly shifting from teacher-centered to student-centered. The old paradigm included teacher directed learning activities such as lecturing, discussion and testing. 1,297 more words

Reform

Flipping the classroom: where do your sit?

I watched another report this week about how getting good marks is the main goal of education and students are doing anything to achieve the highest marks possible. 301 more words

Education

Unit 4: Digital Video and Online Tools- Post 6: Reflection on Flipped Classroom Research and Video Creation

Dear Flipped Classrooms,

I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship!

Sincerely, Jennifer Baker

I have mentioned before that I am currently taking an online Master-level Educational Technology class through Westminster College.   940 more words

Educational Technology

A 6th Grader's Thoughts on Consistency & Commas

I don’t check the weather anymore. After 9 months of living in Guayaquil, I already know what it will say. The actual temperature will… 371 more words

Teaching

Adding Spice to Sentences

Ask my students what their least favorite part is about the writing process, and I can guarantee that they will say revising. For the most part, they want to… 321 more words

Teaching

Navigating through MLA on Google Docs

Experimenting with flipped lessons brought me back to my college days. In between classes, field placements, and homework, I squeezed in time to work in the… 304 more words

Teaching

Librarians and History Instructor Present at Massachusetts Library Conference

On Friday, May 8th, Eric Styles, Sarah Zimmermann, and Eric LaForest presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) New England Annual Conference at The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. 93 more words

Events