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Doceri The Talent Integration App

How exciting can one teacher make the basic mechanics of writing seem to 7th graders with literary challenges? The answer is the same with teaching every tedious academic skill – it’s what the teacher makes it. I recently created a screencast called How to Create a Great Topic Sentence for my 7th grade Special Education […]

Teacher Feature: East Bronx Academy Part 2, Carrie McCormack

In Part 2 of our three-part feature on the Doceri teachers at East Bronx Academy, we look at how – in addition to the freedom to move around the classroom – Carrie McCormack is saving time and increasing engagement with her students by using live video grading. Carrie McCormack – Language Arts Carrie teaches 11th […]

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 […]

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 […]

Wayland High School 1:1 iPad Pilot includes Doceri for Interactive Whiteboarding

Wayland High School in Wayland Mass. is well underway with a Pilot 1:1 iPad Initiative. Working with the school’s technology department, Ed Dehoratius is spearheading the pilot. One section of the College English4 classes he teaches will be using the iPads while the other section continues without the iPads. According to DeHoratius’ blog, this means “a control […]