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As we approach the end of summer, teachers everywhere are preparing for the new school year! Here’s our “Dynamic Dictionary” tip, a fun back-to-school idea from Livescribe’s education idea book: …
The Flipped Classroom Infographic07/17/12
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The education world is abuzz with news on the flipped classroom — what is it, who’s doing it, does it work? The adaptive learning company Knewton has released an infographic in order to provide background on the flipped classroom model and why so many teachers are experimenting with it. Check it out and see if you learn something! Also, stay tuned for future stories here on the Livescribe education blog on how educators are using Livescribe to flip their own classrooms. …
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Today’s guest post is by former college instructor Maria Ranier. Maria Rainier is a hardworking freelance blogger who dispenses online education advice and useful data for students, instructors, and parents interested in the online education industry. Please share your comments with her below!
As a college instructor until very recently, I became all too familiar with the number of things that can go awry during the journey of words and concepts from the teacher’s lips (or whiteboard) to the student’s mind.
Pedagogy is in large part about that journey. Its final step – the firings of synapses taking place within that student’s skull – is ultimately unique to the student and impenetrable. But along the way, there are several steps where real, practical intervention can take place. …
Stop by at AHEAD 201207/09/12
Today Livescribe is at the 2012 AHEAD conference in New Orleans, LA. AHEAD, the Association on Higher Education And Disability, is an organization for individuals involved in policy and in the provision of services for persons with disabilities in all areas of higher education. Worldwide, AHEAD boasts over 2,500 members. …
Transfer Your Files Using Moodle06/30/12
For educators around the world, there is an increasing need to engage the current generation of “digital native” students who are progressively able to access, learn, create and capture information anytime and anywhere. For high school teachers and university lecturers, Livescribe’s Echo smartpen is attractive for this reason. It is known for its on-the-go capabilities and access on multiple platforms, including social media sites, Google Docs, Dropbox, Evernote and now, Moodle. …