You, like me, have spent a fair amount of time watching on-line videos. Who can blame us? When we need a break from grading, routines, or vacuuming, lovely owls, talking dogs, or five people playing one guitar are irresistible draws.
More and more teachers are embracing the flipped classroom as an efficient way to deliver content and personalize the learning experience for students. The two most common mistakes teachers make when starting to flip their classrooms are 1) finding existing videos online that very nearly (but don’t quite) match the content they are trying to [...]
Lately, much of my thinking is revolving around how to make better use of time–whether that be my own, the students I am in charge of, or the teachers I work with. Our day is artificially segmented into frames of time that we must use for specific purposes in schools. This hour is for science, [...]