Monthly Archives: August 2014

Doing Flips — Flipped Attendance and a Flipped Test

I teach at a public charter school in North Carolina dedicated to doing things differently (I’m paraphrasing the mission statement a bit). Students bring their own electronic devices — mainly laptops, but it’s BYOD, so we get a mix — … Continue reading

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Reaching out to the world (in this case, to Madagascar)

It’s 2 a.m. and I am wide awake because I am excited about teaching U.S. History this year at Research Triangle High School, a public charter school in Durham, NC. I want my students to engage with history in ways … Continue reading

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