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Twelve Years of First Day Butterflies

Remember Harry Wong? He is mister Miyagi of classroom management in a tailored suit, banishing students to the hallway chasm if they cannot enter his domain with dignity. I do not doubt there is wisdom contained in the renown “The First Days of School.” But he gave me a case of the yearly butterflies. Wong […]

The Flipped Classroom

I am on the mailing list “Teacher Vodcasting” and received the conference schedule for ISTE 2012 in San Diego this week, which got me thinking about the Flipped Classroom. That and the fact I will have eleven iPads in my room. Summer should be mental time off for teaching–but creative time to cultivate intellectual interests. […]