Let go

What is your position in your classroom? Are you the transmitter of knowledge? Are you a facilitator of learning? Are you a designer of experiences? Chances are that you are more the latters than the former if you’re here and reading this. But how much control do you need to have? How tightly are you […]

Flipping the Class with Google Classroom

  What is a flipped classroom?  Typically, the term is used to describe teacher recorded lessons viewed by students at home, followed by assignments and assessments that allow students to apply the theories and concepts learned in the videos. Sounds like students are teaching themselves, but what it really means, is students have the opportunity […]

Small Pieces can Lead to Big Pieces: Some Ideas on How to Start Small with Technology

One of the amazing parts about being a teacher is that you are learning, too.  There are so many options to explore. With a general never-ending to-do list, it can be hard to find yourself time to play with new pieces or parts of technology.  It can be daunting! However, there are some small features […]