Teaching with Technology

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5 Favorite EdTech Tools of 2014: Number 4!

One aspect of teaching in a 1:1 environment that I have really enjoyed is the increase in student participation and collaboration. When every student has […]

5 Favorite EdTech Tools of 2014: Number 5

As my first year as an EdTech nerd/blogger draws to a close, I'm looking back at my favorite tools/posts of 2014. Why oh why did […]

My Flipped Classroom!

Well...my first semester as a flipped teacher is rapidly drawing to a close. I made it! Now, time for reflection... Pros... INCREASED student engagement INCREASED student test […]

Collaboration in the Flipped Classroom: My C4 Model

Ahh group work. This concept brings back not-so-fond memories of my educational experience. Group work or cooperative work often meant that high achieving students who […]

Best. Review Game. Ever!!!!

I am a HUGE Ellen fan, but never get home from work at the right time to watch her show. However, over Thanksgiving break, I […]

Awesome Review Game!

Did you enjoy your Thanksgiving break? Did you eat too much turkey and pumpkin pie? Did you spend your time resting and watching football, or […]

Google Classroom OR Schoology? Here's How I Use BOTH Effectively

Google Classroom was rolled out to a group of teachers during the summer, and was made available to everyone at the beginning of the school […]

Diigo in my Social Studies Classroom

My students are still actively interacting with the wonderful historical film, "Lincoln," in our American Government through Padlet walls, and its going remarkably well! Each […]

Movies and Technology in the Social Studies Classroom

Do you show historical films in your Social Studies classroom? Do you assign students "viewing guides" to help them connect content learned in class to […]

Flippin' Classroom Update: Proof that this works!

In my American Government class yesterday, students were reviewing the structure of the Constitution, when the topic of amending the Constitution came up. I took […]

Why you should be a connected educator

Happy Connected Educator month! In case you didn't know, October 2014 is Connected Educator month. What is a connected educator, you ask? Connected educators are […]

EDpuzzle in the Flipped Classroom: Updated

Wow! Two posts in one day? That hasn't happened in months! I'm sure you know how I feel...absolutely swamped! I felt the need to share […]

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