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Rigor and Relevance in Asia Recently I returned from doing extended work in Asia. This trip was one of the most unique and exciting learning experiences of my career. I was invited by the government of Taiwan to lead a … Continue reading
BYOD: Is It Right For You? Is Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, really the best way to provide more students access to technology in the classroom? I’ve been asked that question a lot lately and it will be the … Continue reading
Technology and the Transition to the Common Core As more schools and school districts across the country continue to dig deeper into the Common Core State Standards and the Next Generation Assessments by which they will be measured, there is … Continue reading
Recently I spoke about the importance of technology integration and the flipped classroom in Indianapolis, IN at the CELL, Center of Excellence in Leadership of Education, 2012 Conference. One of the questions often asked is about the suitability of flipping … Continue reading
I’ve had several questions from teachers interested in trying the flipped class model. Below are some new links … 2 Elementary Flipped Class and 1/1 iPad Links: http://kokomotribune.com/local/x1501684537/Eastern-named-model-school# http://www.koaa.com/news/flipped-classrooms-teaching-at-home-and-doing-homework-at-school/ How to do it: http://www.flippedclassroom.com/ What If I’m PC-Based? Check out: … Continue reading
Recently, the International Center for Leadership in Education, ICLE, held its 20th Annual Model Schools Conference in Orlando, FL. I have been a featured speaker for 8 years now and for the past 3, I’ve focused on the Flipped Class … Continue reading