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#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 […]

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 […]

#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 […]

Teacher Feature: Oommen George

Name: Professor Oomen George School: Professor at San Jacinto College, Pasadena Texas Subject: Physics “In my search for whiteboard apps, I hit a gold mine when I found Doceri. It has all the necessary tools to create a good interactive presentation. Doceri has made teaching and learning for my students easier. The time spent in teaching […]

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 […]

Doceri Chat Archive: March 26, 2014 on interactive teaching, the Doceri Timeline, behavior management, graphic organizers and teaching language arts with Doceri

We’d planned to talk about how the Doceri Timeline is being used in interactive teaching – but that was just a launching point for a great discussion that included behavior management in iPad classrooms, teaching grammar and language arts and graphic organizers. Aubrie Holman, who we featured on the blog this week, also became an […]

Doceri Timeline: The Power Center for Creating Interactive Lessons, Part 2

Besides its ability to connect with a computer for access to all of your pedagogical resources, the ability to edit Doceri lessons and presentations is at the core of what sets it apart from other tablet-based whiteboard apps. In Part One, we looked at all the timeline control elements. Here’s the diagram again for your […]

Doceri Chat Archive: March 19, 2014

Highlights from our first Doceri Twitter Chat Join other interactive teachers on Twitter Wednesdays at 5pm Pacific, 6pm Mountain, 7pm Central, 8pm Eastern for an hour of #DoceriChat. . For our first chat, questions posed by moderator Jason Gilmore were focused on getting to know each other Q1: Do you use Doceri mostly as a […]

Nearly 90% of Doceri Teachers use Annotation Tools for More Engaging Lessons

According to our 2012/2013 end of school year survey, more than 60 percent of Doceri teachers are creating original, hand-authored lessons, drawings or presentations. Combined with those who also annotate over PowerPoint/Keynote presentations, images or prepared lesson sheets, nearly 90% of Doceri users responding to the survey are using Doceri’s powerful authoring and annotation tools. […]