Flipped Classroom

I have been intrigued with the Flipped Classroom for a while. (The general idea is the reverse of the traditional learning environment: delivering instructional content like videos, primary source documents, reading assignments– outside of the classroom. It moves activities, including those that may have traditionally been considered homework, like discussion questions, projects, and activities based on […]

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End-of-Year Lifesavers

If you are like me, those last few days of school are a struggle. The students have finished their end-of-year exams, they know grades are finished, but you’re not quite ready to pop in the movie just yet. I found a  few lifesavers that helped me keep my sanity this week. Rock on to 5th […]

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Digital Citizenship

You can’t talk about digital citizenship without talking about Common Sense Media. They have a website for parents, educators, and advocates. CSM has plenty or resources for the classroom including lessons, videos, and games. And best of all,  you can choose the appropriateness level by age group. I use the Digital Passport resources because they are […]

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