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    Channel Change: A flipped classroom for technology skills?

    (COETAIL Course 5 Project Proposal) Hey folks, I’d like to share a little project idea with you. I've been thinking hard about what strengths I bring my classroom and how students respond to the lessons we do at school. How might I leverage t
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    The Culture of Copyright

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    Differentiation- The most complex basic

    Hi, My final project for COETAIL has not been going completely to plan for several reasons, but the main one has been a upcoming school inspection. In the previous inspection, my school was noted for an inconsistency in teaching practices am
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    GTL 3: Flip it, Blend it, Learn it

    I have been a big fan of the Flipped Learning model since I first encountered it on the COETAIL course, and it seems to dovetail seamlessly with the principles of the 'Lazy Teacher' espoused by Jim Smith, of which I am also a big fan. I understan
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    Too Many Apps for that!

    There are currently over 80,000 Educational Apps on the iTunes store. 80,000+ AMAZING, INTIMIDATING, DIFFERENT, SIMILAR, DAUNTING APPS to choose from and more are coming every day! Part of me wants to run out, explore and go for it. The other pa
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    Course 4 - Final Project

    This or That After reading several blog posts, it appears that I am not alone in this course 4 final project dilemma.  I am not the only one who has decided to move to a different role, different school and different country for next school year.
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    Challenges of the Big Flip

    In many ways, my classroom is already flipped.  In my English class, I probably give a traditional lecture of forty minutes or more once every two weeks.  In my classroom we largely spend time working either as individuals or groups practicing, col
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    Flip It! Flip It Good!

    [caption id="attachment_230" align="alignright" width="225"] flickr photo by xac https://flickr.com/photos/zac/15125000 shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-SA) license[/caption] I have been hearing more and more about the Flipped Classroom and
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    Not Exactly Doing BackFLIPs

    [caption id="attachment_372" align="alignleft" width="236"] My photo from a Week Without Walls trip in Ghana[/caption] This week I focused my readings on flipping the classroom.  This is something I have heard a lot about, yet I hadn't done much
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    Looking Forward

    [caption id="attachment_394" align="aligncenter" width="400"] By DuEnLiJu (common) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons[/caption]FLIP IT! Flip It Good This week's readings really got me thinking. I read some great articles about the Flipped Classroom:
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    Flipping The Art Room

    flickr photo shared by AJC ajcann.wordpress.com under a Creative Commons ( BY-SA ) license Flipped learning is a term I have heard of, but more recently last year because I worked opposite a very passionate science teacher who flipped her room. S
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    Present experience

    Planning my classes feels like finding the right mixture in an experimental lab. The reactive ingredients to learn a language are ACTFL, 5Cs, IBO, DP, AAPPL, DELF, SBC, UbD, ISTE, XBL. To those, add extra elements such as differentiation, 1-to-1, f2f
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    Flipping and gaming

    Not very often have I left PD feeling  inspired but watching Paul Anderson teach my class did that very thing. He was at my school before Christmas as a consultant and was working with my science team on NGSS. He came into my class to model one the
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    Flip Your What?

    Photo Credit: Emanuele Cardinali via Flickr cc I first heard about the flipped classroom approach a few years ago. I remember someone telling me that a colleague was trying it in their classroom - but what actually ended up happening was that th
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    Light it Up

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDcFryDXQ7U I’m currently reading a book (for fun!) called Lit Up by a journalist named David Denby. He’s not an educator, nor does he claim to have educational expertise, but as an educator, I am completely ent
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    Gamification, flipped learning: what are they?

    One of the most important concepts in teaching is creating opportunities to make thinking visible. When teachers can really see the thinking of their students, they can provide these students with the support and encouragement they need to be success