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Lite Beer: Google Classroom Revisited

I have previously declared myself an avid Moodler, and this has not changed. However, most of the teachers in my school have swung over to Google Classroom, many from Edmodo, and so I have decided to give it a second look. 453 more words


Page vs Screen: Technology in the Classroom isn't Hobson's Choice!

It seems to me that in any class I teach there are three distinct groups of students: one consisting of enthusiastic adopters of digital technologies; a second group of those comfortable enough with the technology, but rather less gung-ho about it; and finally a group which struggles with anything to do with a device, and is all at sea. 603 more words


Finding the Right Model

Sans obstacles, gliding ahead with personalized learning.

GUEST COLUMN | by Maurice de Hond

Two points stood out at the recent ASU/GSV edtech summit in San Diego: there were three times more visitors than two years ago in Scottsdale, Ariz., and the number of new businesses and products in the field of edtech has now grown strong. 704 more words

Guest Column

Dorian Love reblogged this on The DigiTeacher and commented:

There is a common assumption that IT somehow leads to better thinking. The assumption behind this is that IT promotes more independent thinking, more self-directed learning and greater opportunity for promoting critical thinking. I am not saying that this is not the case, but I do think that it is only the case if we as teachers consciously and deliberately find ways of making it so.

* F is for flipped

The flipped classroom and flipped learning have been around for a while now, but those terms continue to generate some confusion.  The flipped classroom has been somewhat controversial in that students watch videos or read online info at home and then participate in classroom activities which require that knowledge. 250 more words

Blogging Challenges

High School MOOCs - an idea whose time has come?

MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) were widely predicted to disrupt tertiary education, even to replace Universities. This has not really happened, for many of the same reasons that ICTs have not disrupted classrooms to any great extent. 979 more words


The Flipped Classroom

I’ve always been quite nerdy which I have stated in previous posts and so this week’s screencast assignment was really exciting.  Not only was I able to use my many pieces of technology like my USB Yeti microphone and my HD webcam but I was able to combine it with my passion for teaching!! 118 more words

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