Monthly Archives: August 2011

An Irresistible Challenge

Today was the first day back at school.  My students don’t return until Monday; however, teachers have two organization/prep days this week. To be honest, today was really shocking.  Last year, I didn’t begin the year as an inquiry/constructivist/tech teacher. I was … Continue reading

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The Flip

I love the flip. I do. And I realize by saying this I’m making a controversial statement. I believe if used judiciously, in the right context, the flip can free up valuable class time and provide the background knowledge that is … Continue reading

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