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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.


My first Kahoot!

Kahoot! was something I first heard about recently through the International House Online Conference. An easy app game where students use their smartphones or tablets to respond to questions. 615 more words

In Defense of FLIP 101: When is a Good Idea Good Enough for now

I love my ringtone:

My all time favorite movies are the Back to the Future Trilogy.  The theme is my ringtone, the “twinkle” is my notification sounder, I even read the book version for a book report in junior high school, so it is little wonder I teach math for a living. 1,185 more words

1:1 with Chromebooks: Preview of a series


Okay so I am finally getting around to accomplishing one of my goals from last year.  Yes I know if it from last year and it was not accomplished then it is really just a goal for this year, as just like the sour cream all of the goals from last year have passed their expriation date. 444 more words

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


Final Project - Unit 3: Flipped Learning

Flipped Learning has HUGE potential to reorganize learning in my classroom. The idea that I could drastically reduce the amount of time I spend in front of my students talking to them and engaging only a few of them is exciting. 290 more words

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FTPL - URL Shorteners

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