Reflecting for Learning

Ramsey Musallam has great ideas about using Google Forms to assess a student's understanding of a video after they watched it. I immediately began using his forms as a model to assess whether or not my students grasped the concept. It worked great, and I got a lot of valuable data in the process. LastRead More

Essential Tools for Learning

I've been thinking a lot about tools and space lately. What digital tools work well in my class? What analog tools are necessary for chemistry? What teaching tools work the best to communicate concepts to my kids? All of these questions led to: "What tools are essential for learning?" Ira Socol and I have hadRead More

Special #Flipclass Chat Monday, Sept. 10

Monday, September 10th is the 25th weekly #flipclass chat. After beginning back in March, we have had a great team of moderators form and had increased participation on a weekly basis. One thing we discovered this summer was that live discussions using Goole+ Hangouts On-Air were a great way to bring in experts in flippingRead More