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Flipped Classrooms and Video as Homework

Aaron Sams and Jon Bergman from Woodland Park, CO have flipped their classrooms on their head. Now, kids watch lectures at home and come to class to do more experiments and interact with the teachers. 24 more words

Gr 9-10 Science

Project Tomorrow’s® 2014 Speak Up Research Project on 24/7 Digital Learning

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9i74OQgM5ocUHFvOUs4N1R0QzQ/view

The results are that students are very engaged when learning mirrors the following three areas:

“Learning that is socially-based and collaborative, learning that is untethered from the traditional constraints or limitations of education institutions, and learning that is digitally rich in context and relevancy.” 177 more words

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Making Learning Meaningful & Relevant

I am a firm believer in the concept of teaching to the individual student… this might sound like a no brainer because I’m a special education teacher and all my students have individual needs, but I am talking about the structure of education as a whole. 690 more words

Teaching Strategies

Are Your Students Growing Beards?

Why on earth would I grow a beard? This thought struck me today, and I think I’ve come to some sort of realization here. Now, I started the summer clean shaven, hoping for a job interview and wanting to look neat and clean. 850 more words

Resources

Jamaican Education: Post Graduate Diploma in Education - Teaching Practicum

By: Denise N. Fyffe

I am not impressed.

Practicum, one of the intriguing components of the Post Graduate Diploma in Education offered by the VTDI; at least that was my thought. 541 more words

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Ten (10) Things You Should Not Share With Your Teachers

“Teachers are the spiritual parents”. I pretty much believe in this quote. If you have got teachers, you have got a big treasure. You can discuss things with him, explore the world with him and attain maximum knowledge from him. 869 more words

School Performances

Escalation or Deminishing: a teachers part in the classroom climate

As teachers we have a huge amount of power in a classroom. Our choices can make a students day/week/year enjoyable and productive or miserable. One of the most important choices we can make is how we speak to our students, not just on a good day but when things aren’t going quite right. 463 more words

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