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Updated by dwilkey0313 on Jun 20, 2017
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Flip your classroom, not your mind!!

Here are some articles I've compiled that describe and encourage flipped classrooms, whole brain teaching, makers space, and google in the classroom. The articles list pros and cons, and how I can incorporate this on different levels in my classroom

Should You Flip Your Classroom?

There is a lot of buzz around the flipped-classroom model. Blogger and AP Chemistry Ramsay Musallam covers the pros and cons and offers a framework to help you consider whether flipping is the approach for your classroom.

Modifying the Flipped Classroom: The "In-Class" Version

Guest blogger Jennifer Gonzalez proposes the In-Class Flip, a modified version of the flipped-learning model that incorporates the video lecture element as one of several stations that students visit during their class period.

Google Classroom Review: Pros And Cons Of Using Google Classroom In eLearning - eLearning Industry

Wondering about the pros and cons of using Google Classroom for your eLearning courses? Read this Google Classroom Review to find out.

How Google Took Over the Classroom

The tech giant is transforming public education with low-cost laptops and free apps. But schools may be giving Google more than they are getting.

How To Begin Whole Brain Teaching: 1

Part one: In a middle school classroom, Chris Biffle demonstrates how to start Whole Brain Teaching (WBT). WBT videos, formerly known as Power Teaching, have...

Whole Brain Teaching Strategies

Here are 7 essential whole brain teaching steps that teachers must incorporate into their classroom.

Are today’s students tweeting their way to better grades? More than nine out of 10 teenagers hold at least one social media account; Instagram, Snapchat, Tumblr, Vine, Twitter and Facebook rule the lives of most middle and high school students. And while much attention has been paid to the negative effects of social media, including cyber bullying, there could be a positive upside, too.

Creating Makerspaces in Schools

Edutopia blogger Mary Beth Hertz reports from EdCamp NYC about design thinking, the maker movement and their relevance to STEM curriculum.