TED-Talks and Podcasts in the Classroom

At Centennial High School in Ellicott City, MD, students have something to say and teacher Rus VanWestervelt is helping to lift their voices through TED-style […]

Add Additional Value to Guest Speakers

Schools are constantly bringing in guest speakers. School districts have regular events where a keynote speaker will be sought to inspire staff or present a […]

Create Interactive Videos and Images with ThingLink

I recently discovered ThingLink which is an online platform that allows you to create interactive images and videos. Initial thought: PERFECT for the classroom! I […]

Video Testimonial: Why Use Video in Teaching and Learning

Anna Sabramowicz climbs over 7,000ft. above sea level to the top of Black Tusk in British Columbia to show the power that video can have […]

A Paper Slideshow for Student Reports

Recording students in the classroom or asking them to record themselves can be a touchy subject. You may have a handful of students on a […]

Five Tips to Creating Your Own Virtual Field Trip

In an earlier post, we introduced four virtual field trips that you could explore. But what if you wanted to create your own virtual field […]

Dr. Lodge McCammon’s Keynote on Flipping Your Classroom

Dr. Lodge McCammon‘s Keynote at the Midwest Education Technology Conference (METC) helps us re-envision the flipped classroom. He looks well beyond the idea that a […]

Four Amazing Virtual Field Trips

As technology continues to become more and more prevalent in classrooms – and necessary – teachers are finding ways to leverage these technology advances to […]

Tricaster and Livestream: A Great Match for Education!

Recently, I was challenged to find a solution for the Howard County Public School System’s 2016 ESP Conference. The event organizers had far more attendees […]

Video for Review: Erin Radebe, Long Reach HS

Overview Erin Radebe, a science teacher at Long Reach High School, is creating and posting video lessons on her website as review material for her […]

Taking Flipped Videos to a New Level: Noel Pauller, Centennial HS

Overview Noel is taking the flipped classroom model and kicking it up a few notches!  Mr. Noel Pauller teaches science (specifically GT Chemistry and GT […]

Science with a Beat: Avi Silber, Northwest High School

Overview Northwest High School science teacher, Avi Silber, and his collection of science students are using music to help students better understand and be interested […]

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