What Does Your Student Really Know?

Immediate, real-time feedback can in turn help inform and direct teaching and ultimately improve student learning. Here are Five Resources that provide immediate Student Feedback […]

Teaching (Digital) Literacy: Driving Students to the Intersection of Reading, Writing, & Discussion

Part of my job as an English teacher is to teach students how to read, analyze, talk, and write about texts in both paper-based and […]

Digital Assessment Techniques with Edpuzzle

Edpuzzle is at the center of formative assessment in my flipped classroom.  From syncing with Google Classroom to quick checks for understanding, Edpuzzle is my […]

How to Flip Back to School Night

In a previous post I shared about the results of flipping Back to School Night. Today, I'm going to show you step by step how […]

4 ways students can control the pace of content delivery

Deliver the goods! Rather than creating a unit on the Civil War, imagine working with an individual student or small group on a topic that […]

The tech-rich social studies classroom

Standard 3-part story-driven post: 1) what it is, 2) what it looks like in a school, 3) how to do it in your school The […]

Blending Active Reading & Conversations with EDpuzzle

As I integrate technology into my classroom, I want to make sure that my students do not have their faces in a screen all the […]

Student Learning Analytics with Edpuzzle

Today I am sharing with teachers a range of tools they can use to get real time learning analytics.  One of the tools I am […]

How does professional development affect technology integration?

The impact of PD in a 1:1 teaching environment A trio of middle grades educators from Mill River Union High School, in Clarendon, Vermont, presented […]

What are some good tools for studying hurricanes?

Science app-smashing in a 1:1 environment Brendan Nerney, a middle grades educator at Mill River Union High School in Clarendon, Vermont, explains some of the […]

Engaging your class with EdPuzzle

This past weekend my fellow Blended Learning Specialist Erin Southam and I participated in the San Diego Google Apps for Education Summit in beautiful Coronado, […]

Blended learning in the math classroom

Where is the tech in math classrooms? According to recent studies, math teachers, tend to integrate technology into their teaching less frequently than those in other […]

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