Monthly Archives: February 2012

Sharing Our Expertise

Initially I struggled with developing an idea for my Course 5 project.  It seemed that every idea rested squarely in the Substitution/Augmentation levels of technology use as defined in Transformation, Technology, and Education by Ruben R. Puentedura.  I quickly began … Continue reading

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Flipping Out – or Not?

What is your understanding of reverse instruction and how does it apply to your curricular area, grade level, and own theory on technology in the classroom? Much of what I have been reading about flipped classrooms and reverse instruction seems … Continue reading

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Quality Assurance

How can teachers and schools ensure are meeting standards in an integrated model? At the beginning of this semester twenty-four new middle school students attended ‘technology boot-camp’ to ensure they would be able to function in their classes. A survey … Continue reading

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