Silverback Sunday Post October 20, 2013

Welcome to Silverback Sunday Post. Each Sunday the Silverback team brings you K-12 education news and information you may have missed from around the nation during your busy work week. If you have articles, blog posts, or news items relevant to the K-12 ed space that you would like to share, please send them to us at contact@silverbacklearning.com.

TeachThought R16 Simple Ways To Record & Publish Video In The Classroom

So much technology to learn, so little time. Check out this handy guide from TeachThought on ways to record classroom video. 

Teachers across the nation are already tweeting class lesson plans and hosting guest speakers in Google Hangouts. However, many teachers are looking for more ways to engage their students on social media platforms. Read more…

flipped-classroom1How My Flipclass Room Runs…Until I Change It Again!

If you don’t follow Delia Bush’s blog we highly suggest you give it a read. Below is her latest post and don’t forget to follow her on Twitter @DeliaBush.

It seems like some of the most beneficial posts I’ve written are the posts where I share how I’m making the flipped classroom work in my 5th grade room. Since this is the beginning of a new year, I figured it would be a good time to share exactly how I’m running flipclass this year. Read more…

Edudemic LogoHow To Become A Learning Teacher

This recent post in Edudemic challenges educators to become “Learning Teachers”. Are you a “Learning Teacher” and how do you find the time in your busy day to challenge yourself? We would love to hear from you. 

For learning teachers, it isn’t just about coming to work and teaching your students each day. It’s about continuing to challenge yourself and continuing to learn throughout your career. For many teachers, their own learning process for teaching is relegated to whatever challenges you face each day in the classroom, along with a few professional development days scattered throughout the year. Read more…

gooru-logo-hi-resThe Pyramids of Giza

Wrapping up this Sunday’s post is a Collection from Gooru. This one is a lesson on The Pyramids of Giza and was created for 6th grade students by Andrew Wyndham. Have you used a Collection in Gooru to Discover, Organize, Teach, and Study? Have you created a Collection you would like to share with us? Reach out at contact@silverbacklearning.com or send us a tweet @SilverbackLS.


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Posted: October 20th, 2013