AP Jeopardy Review – Let’s #ePortfolio That: Using @PearDeck, @Wacom Tablets, and @msOneNote #edchat


And so, in my teaching, I really look for ways to allow students to work at their own pace. It’s definitely a huge inspiration behind my flipped classroom. Problem 2: Students don’t take ‘notes’ during a typical game – Another issue that I’ve run into in playing games is that students don’t take as careful notes as they typically do during instruction or classwork. The teacher receives student responses in real-time.

4 Amazing Google Tools to Help You Engage Your Students


Have you ever found yourself in a classroom full of students, wondering if anyone is enjoying the content? Or at the very least, engaged and invested in what they’re learning? As teachers, one of our main goals in the classroom is to engage our students in meaningful activities.

This Weeks Live, Interactive, and Free Webinars in Elluminate

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

A peak into a course focussing on building your undertanding of eportfolios. We will also invite participants to share their ideas, challenges and solutions in methods of reflective practice and the development of eportfolios. We are also seeking expressions of interest from those eportfolio practitioners who may wish to be guest presenters in our Elluminate workshops. Digital tools can be used to engage students, enhance learning and allow creativity and collaboration.