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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 [...]

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. [...]

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 [...]

Top Three Reasons Educators Should Tag Their YouTube Videos

Are you a teacher, either K-12 or university faculty, who uploads lesson videos to YouTube for your students to view? Whether you’re flipping your classroom or providing screencast reviews, using YouTube is a great choice because you can easily manage your videos, your students can easily access it, and the general public can easily search [...]

Copyright and Fair Use in the Classroom

Creativity is at an all time high in the classroom. Every day we’re talking to teachers who are using Doceri to create their own lessons on their iPads – and the sky’s the limit as to what they can do. But what about copyright, and what is fair use? Teaching the concept – and serving as a role model in the classroom – are both important given today’s explosion of new media opportunities.

Doceri Creates New Teaching Strategies

Why Doceri? Students need to learn to reason. Doceri motivates students. Doceri changes how students learn. Doceri changes the way students think. How does Doceri do it? Doceri creates new ways to analyze thinking.  In the previous blog entry we wrote about Mrs. Zora and how she uses Doceri to teach mathematical reasoning to her [...]

How do YOU Doceri?

Every day, more educators are downloading Doceri. We love getting your feedback via Twitter, Facebook and email and we’re really excited to find out just how you’re incorporating Doceri lessons into your interactive, un-tethered teaching. So, we’re inviting all Doceri users to answer the question… Do you want your work to find a larger audience? [...]