Monthly Archives: November 2013

Friday Bulletin Board

Project-based learning  This link talks about the difference between projects and project-based learning. Put simply: “Projects are about the product, while project-based learning is about the process.” Project-based learning is a concept in which students dig deeper into concepts, engage in feedback loops, and establish how all the small pieces relate to the overarching project.…

One Teacher’s Case for Exit Tickets

On Tuesday, I spoke with Sheri who joins us as a former director of technology at Roxbury Prep Charter School here in Massachusetts. Like Kattie, Sheri is part of the Gradeable team to ensure a quality teacher experience. During her time at Roxbury Prep, Sheri learned first hand how important teacher sustainability and accurate grades…

An Introduction to Flipped Classrooms

“Hey, I just flipped my classroom.”  Ever heard this from another teacher?  Or are you that teacher who is already on the edge of the curve and flipping your classroom already?  In this post, we’re going to examine how this new teaching approach is getting students engaged and bringing technology into the classroom in a…