Whether using "vodcasting," Camtasia, a virtual classroom, or some other lecture capture technique, flipped classrooms are among the most compelling uses of technology in education.
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What happened to curricular standards? And why the heck are Creationists biology teachers?
A final educational lesson from my plumbing experience.
What do you think? Am I jumping the gun here, or are college bookstores expensive anachronisms?
Video in ed varies across a spectrum of professionally hosted, easily-shared video (rare) to a hodgepodge of departmental content. ReelSurfer can not only help manage it but make it searchable and usable.
A guest post on the current state of video in education from the co-founder of ReelSurfer...Enjoy!
Call me a math geek if you want, but this stuff is just so cool!
The Systems Interoperability Framework (SIF) is something that people in ed tech talk a lot about and yet few understand its potential, its implications, and its hurdles. It just happens to be on my mind since we're about to undertake some pretty big SIF integration projects and I'm working on a grant to cover some of the costs.
Summer is almost over. We have two weeks to go and I've utterly entered panic mode, given that the to-do lists on the whiteboards in my office just keep growing and I only seem to be marking items off occasionally.
A high school in a neighboring district was just named one of a couple dozen schools in the state to make it on the US News and World Report list of top high schools. This irritates me, not because our high school didn't make it, but because of in terms of objective educational outcomes, our high school is actually slightly superior.