Flipped Classroom

A Message from a YouTube Edu Flipper

Confession. I am a YouTuber. ( www.youtube.com/hiphughes)Now before you stop reading, I should tell you I also am a teacher with 19 years of experience, although I prefer being called a FOLE. (Facilitator Of Learning Experiences -which of course I have a video on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmJ-_G5VR-A) The story of how I became a YouTuber is a […]

Screencasts in Google Classroom


This year I have been creating my own screencasts using Screencastify, the free Chrome extenstion available on the Chrome Web Store. Unfortuntately, my screencasts would not play for me or my students in Google Classroom, until today. How to Have a Screencast Play in Google Classroom: 1. Record and name your screencast 2. Create a […]

Turn Videos into Interactive Lessons with eduCanon


www.eduCanon.com EduCanon is a great way to turn video lessons into an interactive assessment tool rather than just a means of delivering content. Teachers can embed questions directly within any video from a number of popular sites including YouTube, TeacherTube, Vimeo, and Kahn Academy. Students are given immediate feedback, and they can rewind to review […]

Inspiring Innovation: The 2015 Palm Beach Technology Conference


Registration ticket in hand, I excitedly entered the Auditorium forthe2015 Palm Beach Technology Conference. The line-up of featured speakers was fantastic; Lodge McCammon PhD, Steve Dembo of Discovery Education and Cameron Evans from Microsoft just to name a few. Breakout sessions included representatives from Apple, Google, Dell and many more. It was amazing to directly […]

“FLIPPED” Classroom Is All About The Relationships


Most educators who consider flipping develop angst beginning with the fear of making videos. The concerns typically center on the time necessary to make the videos, the technological skills to produce the videos or the where with all to put voice and/or face on public display. And of course there is the option to use […]