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Widening the Writing Circle - student writing online

Teen Ink and the rather more strident Power Poetry are sites where students can read and share their writing online. They afford secure spaces for teens to publish their own writing and engage in discussions around writing and receive feedback from peers. 558 more words

The Flipped Classroom

Flipping Your Feedback!

The Flipped Classroom is a model of classroom management which is gaining traction. Much of the focus has been on transforming instructional input – using “lecture” style videos, podcasts or documents which are posted online and viewed ahead of class so that classroom activities can be freed up to embrace more intensive and personalised interventions safe in the knowledge that the content has been explained. 333 more words

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Collaborative Learning in Music - Get With The Team

Welcome to the first post for 2015.  In this post, I would like to examine and explore the reasons that we play music in ensembles. This has in fact been a learning journey for me in my career as a music educator. 2,367 more words

Music Education

Thinking Skills & The DigiTeacher

There is a commonly held view that teaching Thinking Skills and Technology go hand in hand. Somehow the use of digital media will transform educational practice and the critical thinking skills we so desperately need in the twenty-first century will fall into place. 1,672 more words

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The Flipped Classroom

The Flipped Classroom

a.- Raúl Santiago: What The Flipped Classroom is? A brief explanation

b.- A real example from María Mejías. Faculty Advisor

**Before creating a Flipped Classroom tutorial, we recommend you to have a look at youtube. 8 more words

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Using Mailmerge for Feedback!

Over the years my handwriting has deteriorated to the point where even I cannot read it! This makes writing feedback for students a somewhat fraught experience for both of us!  578 more words

The Flipped Classroom

The Multi-Layered Classroom

When you are using ICTs in your classroom, the classroom automatically acquires a few extra layers. There is of course the physical layer with the teacher and students, the desks and tables, pens, paper, books and scissors. 668 more words

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