The last two weeks have been a time when educators are working from home more so than from their classroom or have perhaps been taking the time recharge and refresh mentally and physically for term two. I have met with an enthusiastic librarian who wanted the opportunity to spend some time with me without any interruptions. I also spent some time with an IT Manager who wanted to have a chat about flipped learning and 360 videos.
I also spent some time with my own family and had the opportunity meet my colleague from Adelaide, had my motorbike stolen and then found by the Police a few days later (significant damage – am waiting on the insurance assessor report), have had a sick wife and daughter.
Here then, are the articles that I have published over the mid-semester break.
- FTPL – Adding Sections and Pages to a Class Notebook
- In this Flipped Teacher Professional Learning video, I show you how to add new sections and pages to your OneNote notebook using Office365.
- Honours Dissertation Chapter One – Literature Review
- As with many researchers, my Honours Dissertation was my first piece of research. This article includes an introduction to what it was about and why I chose to undertake Honours as well as the Literature Review chapter and reflections on the feedback the examiners provided
- Honours Dissertation Chapter Two – Methodology
- The Methodology chapter of my Honours dissertation along with reflection on the examiners’ feedback.
- Friday Freebie – An Introduction to Flipped Learning
- This Friday Freebie is a recording of a webinar on flipped learning that I ran for a school in Spain.
- FTPL – Inserting multimedia into OneNote
- In this Flipped Teacher Professional Learning video I show you how to add various types of multimedia to your OneNote Notebook in Office365.
- Honours Dissertation Chapter Three – Data Analysis
- The data analysis of my Honours dissertation and reflection on the examiners’ feedback
- Honours Dissertation Chapter Four – Conclusion
- The concluding chapter of my Honours dissertation and reflection on the examiners’ feedback.
- Friday Freebie – Casual Teaching Daily Summary
- This freebie is the summary form I used to fill out and leave for the classroom teacher when I was in a room on a casual day to let them know what I had taught and how the day had been in general.
As always, to keep up to date with m FTPL Videos, articles, and Friday Freebies, visit the C21 Teaching website.