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Using a Doceri Screencast to Start An Art Project

I am almost through teaching my 7/8th grade Art1 students about the elements of art. I’m down to Space and Color. I decided to make screencasts about most of the elements but for color I’m using a document camera to show my brush work and mixing. However, for space a Doceri screencast fits the bill. […]

Teacher Feature: Part 3 of 3 – Timothy Wayne Boudreau

This is the final installment of Canadian Middle School Math teacher, Tim Boudreau. How has Doceri changed how you interact with your students during lectures/ presentations/ small group instruction? I tend not to give too many lectures in the classroom, but when I do, I often do the live screencast format. Knowing that everything is […]

Teacher Feature: Part 2 of 3 – Timothy Wayne Bourdreau

This is part 2 of 3 of the Teacher Feature on Tim Boudreau in Feb 2015. What have been the reactions of your students, other staff, admin, parents to Your use of Doceri? Student Reactions This is only my second year using Doceri in the classroom, but since I teach multiple classes a year, I […]

Teacher Feature: East Bronx Academy Part 3, Kevin McCormack

In Part 3 of our three-part feature on the Doceri teachers at East Bronx Academy, music and computer science teacher Kevin McCormack explains he uses Doceri for how to videos for his students. Kevin McCormack – Music Tech and Wind Ensemble Kevin teaches music tech and wind ensemble. This is his seventh year at East […]

Back to School Twitter Chat Sept. 18, 2014

Doceri Chat is back! Doceri Education Community Advocate Jason Gilmore will facilitate a Back to School edition of Doceri Chat on Thursday Sept. 18 at 5pm Pacific, 6pm Mountain, 7pm Central, 8pm Eastern. What are your goals for Doceri in your Classroom this year? Join us on for Doceri Chat on Twitter to share and […]

Garland ISD Adopts Doceri in 3,800 Classrooms District-Wide

[Click here for Official Press Release] The school year is winding down in the US, but in the Garland Independent School District in Texas, teachers and students have already gotten a taste of what their classrooms will be like next year. In mid-April, Lakeview High school was among the first schools in the district  to […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Teacher-Centered vs. Student-Centered Education

Anthropologist Margaret Mead said “Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.” It’s messy. It’s frustrating. It takes longer but student-centered teaching model can turn passive learners into interactive partners in their own development. The traditional, Teacher-Centered Approach Picture a class learning how to  multiply mixed fractions. Traditionally a teacher stands at […]