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#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 Teacher Feature: Aubrie Holman

Name: Aubrie Holman Subject: Honors IBET Biology (Integrated Biology English and Technology) School: Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology District:  Fairfax County Public Schools State: Virginia What drove you to begin making Doceri screencasts for your students? When I started teaching at a school for science and technology, I quickly realized my ninth-grade […]

Announcing #DoceriChat on Twitter

We’re launching our first Twitter Chat on Wednesday March 19, 2014! Join us on Twitter at 5pm Pacific / 7pm Central / 8pm Eastern using the hashtag #DoceriChat. Our education community advocate Jason Gilmore will lead the chat. With this first session, we’ll get to know each other with some basic questions about Doceri in […]

Screencasting for the Flipped Classroom: Just Start

These words of advice permeate the Twittersphere every day. Just start: don’t worry about the outcome, the quality, nor how the kids will react to you screencasts. After watching thousands of teacher screencasts and creating some of my own, I’ve come to the conclusion that once you start, your screencasts only get better. One thing’s […]

Flip Class master teachers: Megan Ahlberg and Jessica Rice

During the summer of 2013, I interviewed successful classroom flippers Jessica Rice and Megan Ahlberg. Together they have flipped their pre-calculus classrooms and made screencasts for intermediate algebra support classes at Kennedy High School in Bloomington, Minnesota. They began their journey in the fall of 2011, because they wanted more class time to directly support […]

Doceri Screencasts in the Classroom – and for the Flipped Classroom

Screencast videos are most often associated with flipped classroom instruction. However, Doceri’s 2012/13 End of Year Survey found that Doceri teachers use screencasts in the classroom in a variety of ways. Nearly 60 percent of Doceri teachers ‘sent the whiteboard home’ with students via screencasts that were viewed both in class and at home. Of […]

Flipcon 2013: The Common Thread: Connections = Growth

Can a few days rejuvenate the spirit of veteran special education teacher that thought he’d seen it all? YES!! It’s absolutely exciting to have viewed teachers making change completely on their own. Technology gives us time, student data, and means to connect in ways that I had only dreamed of. I have been blending technology […]

Doceri’s New Community Advocate

Hello Doceri users! My name is Jason Gilmore. I would like to introduce myself as Doceri’s new Community Advocate. I have been a special education teacher for thirteen years, based primarily in San Francisco. I taught for eight years in two elementary schools, two years in middle school, two years in the special education head […]

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 […]

Using Doceri to Teach English for Spanish Speaking Adults

Patricia Dawn Severenuk began teaching English to native Spanish speakers via Skype in 2010 after teaching hundreds of students privately in Spain, The Czech Republic and her native Canada for twelve years. She now uses Skype, YouTube and Doceri to help native Spanish speakers who understand English, but need additional help with speaking and writing […]