How To: Use IFTTT to Crowdsource Conference Photos

A year ago, I discovered If This Then That (IFTTT), which might be one of the most innovated web services I've ever come across. Ever. In short, it allows you to create simple programs that help manage things you do on the web. If you use the Internet a lot, you should use IFTTT. Like,Read More

#MIFlip Conference Resources

On Saturday, 1/19, we held the first Michigan Flipped Learning conference in Byron Center, MI. We recorded as many of the sessions as we could, so I've linked them all below. They were recorded with Google+ Hangouts On Air, so some of the audio and video might be a little less-than-HD, but the resources areRead More

Watch the MI Flipteaching Conference Free

On Saturday, January 19, over 150 educators from across Michigan and northern Indiana are converging on Byron Center High School to spend the day talking about Flipped Learning. The event is free, and I'm excited and proud to be a part of the planning and running of the conference. We'll be streaming various sessions throughoutRead More

The Flipped Classroom Hits Russia

I just returned from a three-day trip to Russia. That's right. Three days. I was asked to go and share the ideas behind the flipped classroom at a culture and book fair hosted by Strelka University in downtown Moscow. I did not have a very clear picture of who my audience would entail, but itRead More