So where’s the catch? Fishing & Flipped Learning

So where’s the catch In fishing there’s two kinds of “catches” one is the goal, that of a large fish.  The other is the type that I tend to pull up, a.k.a. getting my line caught on something underwater, be it a tree, getting caught in the long grass, or often as not on my…

Teacher Eyes – Part 1: Bring Students With You…Virtually

Teachers need the vision to use resources to bring students rich experiences Teachers are adults and while few of us would consider ourselves wealthy, most of us would consider ourselves well-read with a breadth of experience. Beyond that many of us, along with our families, visit places and do things that enrich our own lives…

Class Time Becomes Creation Time

#flipblogs entry: “How has flipped learning improved your use of class time?” Flipped learning is NOT ABOUT VIDEOS.  Flipped learning IS ABOUT TIME, class time in particular.  Yes, videos are the tool that I use to flip my classroom, but videos do not equal education. What does make a tremendous impact on education is students coming…