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Teacher Feature: April Barton

Name:  April Barton School: Cottonwood High School District: Granite School District State: Utah Subject: Mathematics    1. What drove you to begin making Doceri screencasts for your students?  I was having difficulty keeping students caught up with the material when they were absent.  Either they would just be lost for a unit or two, or they would [...]

May #DoceriChat: Differentiated Lessons with Doceri

We’ve established a monthly schedule for our #DoceriChat on Twitter – the second Wednesday of the month, 5pm Pacific, 7pm Central, 8pm Eastern. If you’re not sure how to participate in a Twitter Chat, this screencast will clear it all up for you. Doceri Community Advocate Jason Gilmore will lead a discussion on differentiating lessons [...]

Doceri Chat Archive: March 19, 2014

Highlights from our first Doceri Twitter Chat Join other interactive teachers on Twitter Wednesdays at 5pm Pacific, 6pm Mountain, 7pm Central, 8pm Eastern for an hour of #DoceriChat. . For our first chat, questions posed by moderator Jason Gilmore were focused on getting to know each other Q1: Do you use Doceri mostly as a [...]

New Doceri Update: GoodPoint Stylus Compatibility with iPad Air, New Recording Options

Version 2.1.4 of Doceri is now available on the iTunes App Store. What’s new? For iPad Air users, the Doceri GoodPoint stylus is now fully compatible with this update. Learn more about the GoodPoint intelligent stylus here. Its available on the Buy page for $39. You can also now choose whether or not to use compression [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Using iPad technology to pick up where the text book leaves off

Technology, of course, is just a tool. When teachers use technology to make learning come alive – to extend learning from the printed page – that’s when technology becomes magic.