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The Doceri Classroom: The 21st Century Learning Hub

The 21st Century Educational Technology Vision The vision of 21st Century learning laid out in a 2011 Edutopia article, Technology Integration: A Short History by Suzie Boss has become a reality.  Schools and Districts are pushing a wider scope of learning objectives such as the Four C’s: Creativity, Communication, Collaboration, and Critical Thinking (outlined in the NEA’s […]

Interactive Teaching

Interactive teaching, modeling teaching, hands-on teaching, project based learning, teaching like a pirate, inquiry based teaching: What do the teaching methods all have in common? Students learn by experiencing and doing – after the teacher presents a question. Call it what you will; when students are perplexed, try, fail, learn, collaborate, receive guidance and then succeed, […]

Doceri, Interactive Teaching and the Common Core

During 2014, the Freedom to Teach blog will delve deep into the interactive teaching method to show how the Doceri Classroom can aid in this engaging pedagogy. In the process, we’ll examine how to use Doceri to meet the Common Core Standards, and how students can engage with new concepts so understanding becomes a natural part […]