What if lectures were at home? What if they are with #flipclass? | @scoopit via @pgeorge http://t.co/yLfA7LyUoQ
What if lectures were at home? What if they are with #flipclass? via @pgeorge http://t.co/qJA5rlaQHJ
Free Technology for Teachers: 5 Videos on Making Flipped Video Lessons | @scoopit via @pgeorge http://t.co/pfI3w8NYcL
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"Google Slides, the Google Apps solution to PowerPoint, opens this classroom staple up to vast possibilities. With real-time collaboration, connection to other Google Apps and the ability to embed presentations in websites, students can do so much more than “make a PowerPoint.”
Here are some ideas to harness the Google Slides greatness in your classroom. (Note: “Google Slides” is the name of the app, but “presentations” are what you create in Google Slides.)"
"Content Creation Tools
One of the most difficult challenges for some teachers to overcome is the mastery of a content creation tool. There are so many hardware and software options out there. Where does one begin?" Great video resources from Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams. Screencasting tools, tablet software, document camera-based solutions, camera-based solutions and distribution tools.
"Though film media prevails on all our devices and while we’ve long asked learners to take notes or question print or digital text, up until now, there has been no easy way for us to highlight, analyze, and share what we learn from video in an in-text kinda way. Here are three game-changing options for more closely examining and interacting with video as text.
"Creating flipped video lessons is one of the topics that I frequently receive questions about in my email inbox. I've started putting together some videos about how to use various tools for creating and sharing flipped video lessons. In the videos embedded below I demonstrate how use EduCanon, VideoNotes, EDpuzzle, Versal, and Otus to create and distribute flipped video " Richard Byrne
We've had two Hangouts with different teams. Our next is on #DLDay | Geekout: The Students of #HSDLead #symchat http://t.co/1WKITn4PNf
Personalized vs Differentiated vs Individualized Learning http://t.co/IlYxcHBbQE #edchat #edtechchat http://t.co/XCXq5Gee0a
http://t.co/AxyW41v7Mc Loving the conversations on designing agile learning spaces
I always feel awkward sharing Pinterest boards in #symchat but here are some resources I've curated https://t.co/K9aqnGfp6U #HSDLead
Why Social Interaction Is Essential To Learning Math http://t.co/zqcx3ew1wX via @teachthought
"...Yes we do Inquiry..." but do you really?
Inquiry thinking & inquiry learning are two very different things
@CoyoteCoach20 Of course! We'd love to have you! Bring a friend :-) Register at http://t.co/7OR7BcxwjW
If you're interested in #edcampphx we'd love to see people trying out more unconference fun! http://t.co/7OR7BcxwjW #phxteachmeet