Monthly Archives: April 2012

Roaming the Halls with QR Readers

The current unit of study for my 8th grade Spanish students is directions. Being able to give and follow directions is a real life skill that they don’t have much experience with since they don’t drive yet. This activity helped … Continue reading

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Flip or Flop?

Flipped classrooms is a trending topic on Twitter and at education/technology conferences. There are pro’s, con’s, and potential roadblocks to success with the flipped classroom. Before I invested time/money on flipping my classroom, I wanted to find out as much … Continue reading

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BYOT

I guess you really don’t realize how much of a game changer BYOT is until you own a smartphone and/or a tablet – in my case, I am the proud and addicted owner of an iPhone and an iPad. For … Continue reading

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