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    An Experiment with the Flipped Classroom

    It's been a busy couple of years, but I am very pleased to say that I have made it to the end of the final CoETaIL project! The video embedded below represents a sequence of learning that took place over the course of three months. While there wer
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    Building My PLN

    Ok, I admit it. I'm still a "lurker" when it comes to building an online Professional Learning Network (PLN). I've dabbled with Google+, set up a YouTube Channel and dropped a few comments on CoETaIL blogs here and there, but I haven't taken the time
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    flipped classroom survey

    [caption id="attachment_446" align="alignleft" width="300"] Image Source: cpolzen@aisr.org[/caption] We've been working with a flipped classroom for over a month now and I have been generally pleased with what I am seeing. My students have enjoyed
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    Game On

    My final project is an interpretation of the Flipped Classroom model. While I have every intention of running a flipped format for the duration of my Geometry unit, my students and I have had great discussions about possible pitfalls and what we wi
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    Flipping Geometry

    [caption id="attachment_432" align="alignleft" width="300"] Flipping Geometric Design (Source:Flickr)[/caption] Why do you think this unit is a good possibility for your Course 5 project? I've been trying to come up with an idea for my Course 5
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    device (r)evolution

    [caption id="attachment_428" align="alignleft" width="300"] device (r)evolution (Source: Flickr)[/caption] Looking back at the many classrooms that I have worked in, I can trace the evolution from no devices to too many devices. In my first year o
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    back to the future

    [caption id="attachment_425" align="alignright" width="300"] Futuristic Learning (The Jetsons, 1963) Source: Smithsonian.com[/caption] Will education as we know it change because of technology? This is the question that I have been wrestling wi
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    Flip the Switch?

    [caption id="attachment_421" align="alignleft" width="300"] Source: Pixabay[/caption] I've been hearing about the idea of the flipped classroom for the past few years and to be honest, reflecting on my research this week, I don't think I've given
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    Project Tech

    It was interesting to consider the differences between the multitude of acronyms floating around this week's readings. What constitutes PBL from PBL or CBL and vice versa. Ideally, the choice of pedagogy that one follows comes down to a combination o
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    Am I a SAMR-ai?

    [caption id="attachment_410" align="alignleft" width="189"] Young Samurai (Photo via Good Free Photos[/caption] I suppose that it might be time to abandon my childhood dreams of achieving samurai warrior status. There are a few hurdles that I would