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According to K. Walsh, in Is Reverse Instruction Education Technology’s Perfect Storm?, “reverse instruction is the idea of having students consume learning content (i.e. ‘the lecture’) outside of the classroom, usually as homework, thereby freeing up valuable face-to-face classroom time … Continue reading
This week in my COETAIL class, we participated in a jigsaw activity to discuss The NMC Horizon Report: 2011 K-12 Edition. As a way to summarize, get my head around all of the information, and connect this to my students, I thought … Continue reading