It's summer!! Kind of :) Welcome my year-end reflections from my flipped, blended, and gamified classroom! The 2016-2017 school year was kind of transformative for me as a teacher. This was my ninth year teaching, and I felt like I really embraced who I want to be as a teacher - a quirky blend of Professor Dumbledore, Mr. Feeny, and Ms. Frizzle. I want to be a positive role model for my ... Read More about Reflections from my flipped, blended, and gamified classroom – 2017
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I'm always looking for fun ways to review course content with my students! Today, we reviewed vocabulary from last semester using Quizlet Live which is always super fun. Read more about how we use Quizlet Live here. Today, I was thinking about a different review game to try and I thought, why not smash together two of my favorite EdTech tools ...QR Codes and Google Forms! Creating the QR ... Read More about Review Game – QR Codes and Google Forms
Welcome to 2016 in review! We're a few days into 2017 and I'm just now getting around to sharing the most popular EdTech posts of 2016 from Teaching with Technology. Whoops :) 2016 was a fantastic year for my little blog...I feel like I've grown exponentially as a teacher through sharing my experiences, ideas, and tips with all of you. Blogging has encouraged me in so many ways and has pushed ... Read More about The Most Popular EdTech Posts of 2016
Welcome to part two of A Day in My Flipped Classroom! Today, I'll be sharing how a typical day looks in Petty Wap's classroom. THE VIDEOS... In a typical unit, which normally lasts anywhere from two weeks to a month and a half depending on the content, my students have between 3 and 7 instructional videos that they actively view. The videos are 3-7 minutes in length, and most of them are about ... Read More about A Day in My Flipped Classroom Part Two: What does my flip look like?
I've been so incredibly fortunate during the past few weeks to attend great professional development workshops and network with some fabulous Social Studies teachers! Don't you love when you get to learn with and from "your people"?! One of my (many) goals for this school year has been to increase my focus on vocabulary, especially in my Government classes. It was so great to hear other teachers ... Read More about Government Vocabulary Day!