I am so excited about flipping my classroom!I have been lucky enough to attend some pretty amazing workshops this year dealing with flipping. I have been sifting through all of the resources and trying to come up with a game plan for my flip. Here's what I have so far...What to flip?I currently teach many sections of American Government, which is a state tested area...eek! From my research and ... Read More about Flipping!
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Are your students struggling with making the jump from Microsoft Word to Google Docs?One of the biggest issues my students are having is creating a hanging indent on a Google Doc. If this sounds like your class, click here for a printable for your classroom! (This is also included in the EdTech Printable page)If you'd like a brief YouTube explanation of this process, please see my screencast ... Read More about Hanging Indents in Google Docs
Wow! Have you tried EDpuzzle?Are you looking for a way to incorporate educational videos into your classroom? Maybe, you find a great movie, and only want your students to see a small part of the video. EDpuzzle is the answer!Would you like your students to utilize 21st century skills...such as video editing? Project-based learning? Check out EDpuzzle!EDpuzzle is a Chrome app, but will work on ... Read More about Cool Tool Alert! Check out EDpuzzle!