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Flipping Your Classroom with Online Tools

The past couple of months I have been conducting a little thinking and learning around online learning. This topic has popped up as a possible solution to meet a diverse array of needs including credit recovery, distance learning, independent study, and making better use of classroom time. While the first three tend to be the […]

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Ali Forey – News 10 Teacher of the Month

Quite often I get asked questions like, “What exactly does an instructional technologist do?” “Why should teachers be using technology in their classroom?”  “How can interactive whiteboards be used for student learning?”  A student in our district nominated her math teacher for News10 Teacher of the Month.  I’m fortunate enough to know this student (along […]

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iPhones Take Over NECC09!

Well, did that title catch your eye? For the most part it did feel like iPhones and their non-3G brethren, the iPod Touch or iTouch, were the focus of many conversations at NECC09.  The title of this blog post actually has multiple meanings.  First of all, there were so many of us at NECC09 with […]

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