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Author Archives: Bev Barnett

May #DoceriChat: Differentiated Lessons with Doceri

We’ve established a monthly schedule for our #DoceriChat on Twitter – the second Wednesday of the month, 5pm Pacific, 7pm Central, 8pm Eastern. If you’re not sure how to participate in a Twitter Chat, this screencast will clear it all up for you. Doceri Community Advocate Jason Gilmore will lead a discussion on differentiating lessons […]

Doceri User Shout Outs: April 18, 2014

We love hearing about how Doceri is being discovered and used in classrooms, board rooms and conference sessions all over the world. Would you like to be featured on the Doceri Freedom to Teach Blog? Email us at pr@doceri.com Use the hashtag #DoceriChat to share your Doceri lessons across the social landscape!   [View the […]

#DoceriChat Archive: April 16, 2014, Guest Deb Porcarelli on #CCSS and Doceri

We asked Deb Porcarelli from the AIMS Foundation to join us for #DoceriChat on Twitter, to talk about the Common Core State State Standards, and the Doceri lessons she has created and presented on the Math & Science Sandbox blog. [View the story “#DoceriChat April 16, 2014: Guest Deb Porcarelli on #CCSS and Doceri” on […]

#DoceriChat for April 16: Common Core Aligned Doceri Lessons with Guest Deb Porcarelli

Join us for #DoceriChat on Twitter, Wednesday April 16, 5pm Pacific – 6pm Mountain – 7pm Central – 8pm Eastern. Our guest this week is Deb Porcarelli of the AIMS Foundation. This tutorial explains how to participate in our Twitter Chat. AIMS is a non-profit education foundation that exists to enhance the teaching and the […]

Teacher Feature: Mark Willis, Bangkok Patana School

Name: Mark Willis School: Bangkok Patana School Subject: Mathematics (Years 7-13 British system) Location: Bangkok, Thailand Mark Willis first learned about Doceri at an International Baccalaureate mathematics workshop. “I had an iPad,” he says, “and I wanted to use it in my classroom. I had tried other apps with only limited success, because was extremely […]

5 Ways to Untether The Classroom

We talk to a lot of teachers. On Twitter, Facebook, via our Doceri Community, phone support line and email, teachers tell us over and over again that what they love about Doceri is that they can move around among their students. That’s why this blog is called Freedom to Teach. The phrase we use, and […]

#DoceriChat for April 9: Doceri screencasting and Zaption, EduCanon, TedEd

In last week’s #DoceriChat we focused on screencasting. Several teachers were keen to try using Doceri screencasts together with interactive online lesson platforms Zaption, eduCanon and TedEd. This prompted this week’s focus on interactivity, assessment and analytics for screencast lessons. We’ll continue the discussion, and check in with the teachers who have experimented with these […]

DoceriChat Archive: Apr 2, 2014 – Screencasting

Lively #DoceriChat this week on screencasting! Terrific ideas on length, pacing, flow and how to assess students’ progress. We answered the question of how to upload Doceri screencasts direct to Edmodo – as well as other apps on your iPad – with a screenshot example on the Open In function. Everyone got excited about using […]

#DoceriChat Questions for April 2: Screencasting Tips

Join us Wednesday, April 2 on Twitter for #DoceriChat. Our Education Community Advocate Jason Gilmore leads this weekly chat among Doceri teachers that spans Doceri tips and tricks to discussions about the interactive classroom. This week we’re talking screencasting. 1. What’s the ideal length? 2. Do you prepare your lesson and voice over all at […]

Joining #DoceriChat

We use TweetChat to participate in various educational Twitter Chats, as well as our own #DoceriChat. It makes it very easy to follow along with the conversation – and automatically ads the hashtag of the chat you’re participating in! This screencast tutorial explains all about Twitter Chats, and how to participate.