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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 […]

#Docerichat on Twitter is Back! on 1/21/15 at 5PM PST.

#DoceriChat Returns January 21st on Twitter Happy New Year!! The first #docerichat of the year will be THIS Wednesday, January 21st 2015 at 8PM EST 7PM CST 6PM MST 5PM PST. Join us as we discuss possible themes for our first ever Google Hangout On Air broadcast of our February #docerichat. The GHOchat will include […]

Doceri Certified Educator PD Program Launched!!

The Doceri Team is proud to announce The Doceri Certified Educator Professional Development Course! Ever wanted to be able to have all the functionality of an interactive white board in the palm of your hand? Do you have a desire to create  instructional videos for your students to access at their own pace? Doceri Desktop […]

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 […]

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 […]

DoceriChat Archive: Apr 2, 2014 – Screencasting

Lively #DoceriChat this week on screencasting! Terrific ideas on length, pacing, flow and how to assess students’ progress. We answered the question of how to upload Doceri screencasts direct to Edmodo – as well as other apps on your iPad – with a screenshot example on the Open In function. Everyone got excited about using […]

#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 […]

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, […]

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