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Backflip into the New School Year

Coming back to school this year has caused me to rethink my entire pedagogy. Why? I have a unique opportunity and I know there is a better way (to teach). I teach at Lawrence Cook Middle School as a special educator in Santa Rosa, California. We are a developing community school. A community school is one […]

Doceri Aids Teachers In Flipping Their Classrooms

5 Free (or Low-Cost) Tools for Flipped Learning From screencasting to interactive presentations, here are some resources to get a flipped class off the ground. This is a portion of an article written By Dennis Pierce and posted on 05/06/15 for Campus Technology.   Flipping the classroom typically requires the use of certain technology tools, whether […]

Teacher Feature: Part 1 of 3- Timothy Wayne Boudreau

Part 1 of 3  Name: Timothy Wayne Boudreau School: Lougheed Middle School School Board: Peel District School Board Province: Ontario, Canada Job Title: 8th Grade Core French and Math Teacher How do you use Doceri? Flip Video Creation I use the Doceri iPad app to create flip class videos (screencasts) to cover concepts that are important for student […]

Teacher Feature: Rebecca DeLozier – Part 3 of 3 – Screencasting Doceri Style

Why Doceri? Rebecca tried all manner of screencasting apps but ended up choosing Doceri because it gave her the complexity and control to plan out her lessons. The writing is smooth and the editing system gives many options. Once she became comfortable with stops and the timeline the videos just flowed and she was hooked […]

Teacher Feature: Rebecca DeLozier – Part 2 of 3 – Flipping with Doceri

In November 2014 we posted Part 1 of our 3 part feature on Rebecca DeLozier, AP Biology and Physics teacher as a Doceri Teacher who completely flipped her classes. Not all Doceri teachers flip their classrooms. In fact, from our  2014 user survey  only 8% of Doceri teachers surveyed said they have fully flipped their […]

The Single Most Effective App for the Interactive Classroom

Here’s the secret: There isn’t one. From our Spring 2014 Doceri teacher survey data and conversations with educators at all levels we know that Doceri can have a huge impact on a teacher’s practice and classroom. Many teachers began using Doceri primarily to control their computers remotely from their iPads, so they could move around […]

Doceri Teacher Feature: Krista Hands, Oklahoma Baptist University

Name: Dr. Krista Hands School: Oklahoma Baptist University State: OK Subject: Mathematics – all levels Krista Hands is a mathematics professor at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma, teaching Trigonometry, Calculus I, Calculus II and Contemporary Math, a general education course – as well training education students on how to teach math. Her discovery of […]

#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 […]

Visualizing mathematical thinking through Doceri’s timeline

There are two common issues that students encounter when learning new mathematical concepts: visualization and relevance to their own lives. First, let’s take a look at visualization (pun intended). Here’s a great example of how Doceri can help students look a little deeper into a two dimensional plane that, at first glance appears to just be a […]