Monthly Archives: May 2013

Creating Homework Tutorials (flipped classroom light) on youtube

A month ago the renowned educational technology guru, Alan November, came to speak at my school in Tokyo. Though he was only visiting Seisen for a day, he pitched several ideas and encouraged us to choose a few that resonated … Continue reading

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Teaching lower elementary students to find “free use” images with google drive.

After an entire day of copyright discussion at our COETAIL class last month, I walked away with the same question I usually have: “What does this mean for my students?” When a roomful of teachers needs 8 hours to sort … Continue reading

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