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Doceri in the humanities classroom

The Results of An Art Instruction Doceri Screencast

Here’s a¬†Doceri¬†screencast I made that has helped me grade my art students’ work. This is their llama landscapes from the assignment posted below. I think they made some fine llamas and Nessies, don’t you?

Using a Doceri Screencast to Start An Art Project

I am almost through teaching my 7/8th grade Art1 students about the elements of art. I’m down to Space and Color. I decided to make screencasts about most of the elements but for color I’m using a document camera to show my brush work and mixing. However, for space a Doceri screencast fits the bill. […]

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 […]

Flipping the Higher Ed Humanities Classroom: Teaching Critical Thinking at Cal Poly Pomona

When we spoke with Richard Newton in the fall of 2011, he was just discovering ways to engage his Claremont Graduate University students using Doceri interactive whiteboard app for the iPad. We caught up again with Richard this month to discuss his new adventures in flipped learning at Cal Poly Pomona where he is now […]