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Flipping the Classroom (Reverse Instruction)

Rock Your use of Video as a Teaching and Learning Tool With RooClick

February 21, 2017

Math Teacher Shares the Benefits of Using RooClick to Better Engage Students Learning via Video By now, I’m sure you’ve either used video in your classroom yourself or know someone that has used it. And when I say video, I’m not talking about cracking out that old DVD of your favorite inspirational teacher movie, old […]

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10 Different Approaches to Creating Digital Learning Content

February 1, 2017

Over the past few months, I’ve written a series of posts over on the Flipped Learning Network web site that offer a wealth of different tools and techniques that can be used to create digital learning content for flipped or blended teaching and learning. I want to be sure that EmergingEdTech subscribers get a chance to […]

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Tips for Shooting High Quality Educational Videos at Home

December 20, 2016

If you Want to Kick up Your Educational Videos a Notch, Here are Some Tips That can Help A good part of my job has to do with helping college professors incorporate flipped learning into their daily teaching routines. This might be rather challenging at times, but I just go the extra mile explaining how […]

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Introducing the “Flipped Educator Spotlight” from

December 13, 2016

The Original, Non-Profit Hub for the Flipped Learning Community Introduces a new Video Series Spotlighting the work of Flipped Educators. As I announced here, over this last summer I assumed the role of Community Administrator for the Flipped Learning Network. This is an exciting new phase in what has been a pretty awesme personal journey. I […]

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Early Registration for February 2017 Flipped Class Online Workshop is OPEN

December 1, 2016

New Low Price for this 4 Week, Interactive, Collaborative Online Flipped Teaching and Learning Workshop! 2017 will mark the 6th year that I’ve been offering this online flipped classroom professional development workshop. I’ve helped hundred of educators learn about ‘the flip’ over the years, and had a ton of fun doing it. We’ve learned so much […]

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A Lesson in Assessing Web Content Validity

October 20, 2016

A Lesson Using Kathy Schrock’s “5 W’s” to Evaluating Web Site Content I teach an introductory level technology course at The College of Westchester, focused on emerging information technologies and how these are impacting the workplace, society, and world around us. One of the vital topics we cover is how to assess the validity of […]

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4 Dimensional Flipping: How Flipped Learning Facilitates CCR’s 4D Framework

October 18, 2016

The Center for Curriculum Redesign offers a Framework for Modern Learning, and Flipped Instruction Supports it Nicely. Teacher Steve Griffiths wrote a lengthy article on the relationship between flipped learning and the multi-dimensional modernized learning scheme published by the CCR last year. I thought that this rich piece would be well supported through a Slideshare presentation. It is […]

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Echo360 – Learning Tools That Go Well Beyond Lecture Capture

October 5, 2016

This Active Learning Platform Provides a Rich Set of Integrated Tools for Student Learning and Engagement I’ve been aware of Echo360 for years now, but have thought of it as predominantly a Lecture Capture solution. I recently learned that it is a much more robust platform, with rich functionality that can engage students in face-to-face, hybrid, […]

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Flipping the Teacher-Administrator Relationship

September 22, 2016

How two educators flipped a training session and, in doing so, flipped a paradigm. My flipping friend David Walsh (no relation) posted this piece on his web site,, earlier this week and we agreed it was such a good story it deserved to be shared with you! Thanks David and Brian for sharing your […]

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SafeShare: Share Videos Safely, Without Distractions (New 3 Minute TOOL-torial)

September 12, 2016

Want Students to Watch Videos but Concerned About Distractions and Inappropriate Content? = Problem Solved. Video is an increasingly important element in the teaching tool set, but we often find ourselves challenged buy the challenges video delivery can suffer from. YouTube remains the king of video content delivery, but if you want to be […]

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