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This post is reblogged from the original at PLP Voices. One of the most popular topics in education today is the Flipped Classroom, a model in which teachers send their students home with a lesson (usually in the form of a … Continue reading
This is reblogged from the original post at Edudemic and is the premise of presentation I will be leading in November at Miami Device. When adopting technology in the classroom, one of the key concerns for teachers and administrators is classroom … Continue reading
The next session I’m attending is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation, LAUNCHedu: Educator Insights. The panelists are Anya Kamentz, Bob Metcalfe, Ph.D., Jennie Magiera, and Mark Edwards. The focus of this panel is to distinguish between the … Continue reading
The next session I’m attending is one near and dear to my heart, “At the Helm: Women’s Impact in EdTech.” Hosted by the women of EdTechWomen. “EdTechWomen was inspired by women’s influence in the field of education. Several great platforms … Continue reading
I can’t believe that I’m at SXSWedu!! I’m so excited for the opportunity to be around forwarding thinking, innovative educators. The first session that I’m attending is “There is No Try: Becoming a Security Ninja.” This is an important topic … Continue reading
Google in conjunction with National Geographic has launched its thematic maps, available online and for free. They have integrated the new maps galleries into the google search engine. You can learn more about the launch at National Geographic’s blog here. … Continue reading