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Doceri in the history classroom

Review of Doceri on iPad Pro: Is it worth it?

Why the iPad Pro? Recently I purchased the iPad Pro. One of the first apps I opened on the oversized iOS device was, of course Doceri. Previously, I purchased a wonderful (and expensive) stylus to help me make screencasts for my special education history/english/art classes. The stylus is the Adonit Jot Script 1. One selling point […]

Teacher Feature: Kenny Bosch: 1.1

Recently Doceri Teacher, Kenny Bosch Flipped his Parent Teacher Conference made with iMovie and Doceri. It’s a great example of a teacher using technology to develop the parent/ teacher relationship. Kenny uses a Doceri screencast to front load his students’ parents with all the nuts and bolts of the class so he can give all meeting […]

Teacher Feature: Kenny Bosch 1.0

Kenny Bosch School: Muskego High School, Muskego, WI District:  Muskego-Norway School District Job Titles: Grade 9, World History, Grade 11 American Issues Teacher – Graduate Course Instructor through- Midwest Teacher’s Institute and Calumet College of St. Joseph, IN. How do you use Doceri? Do you use Doceri Desktop as well as the iPad app? I use […]

Teacher Feature: East Bronx Academy Part 1, Erick Odom

East Bronx Academy is a grade 6-12 public school in the poorest Congressional District in the United States. Over the years, various grants and gifts have equipped the school with technology including a wireless Internet infrastructure upgrade last year. In October of 2013, EBA teachers Erick Odom (social studies), Carrie McCormack (language arts) and Kevin […]

Teacher Appreciation Week: Doceri in history, social studies, geography and critical thinking

Its Teacher Appreciation Week, 2013, and we have a LOT of teachers to thank! We can’t possibly highlight all of our wonderful Doceri teachers in one week, so thought we’d highlight as many as we can in a different subject area each day. Across K-12 and higher education, teachers and faculty are using Doceri to […]

Doceri – and Teacher Justin Siebert – on the Move

For most teachers using Doceri, moving  around the classroom while presenting lessons is a preference – they just don’t like being stuck at the whiteboard at the front of the room. For others, that ability to move around is a matter of practicality. Justin Siebert teaches US Government and Anatomy & Physiology at the Collegiate […]