Building Confidence

Your tutorial allowed me to feel much more at ease and helped build the confidence I needed. - Erin B. (English Teacher) More »

Enthusiasm for Technology

Your enthusiasm for technology usage helps motivate me to try more in my own classroom. - Jeff B. (Freshman Teacher) More »

Engaging Students

You have helped me find ways of incorporating technology into my classroom that I didn’t even know existed. This technology has helped to engage my students as well as reinvigorate me as an instructor. - Kenny B. (Social Studies Teacher) More »

Lots of Information

Thanks so much for all the info, lots to dig through and learn fast! - Jessica T. (High School Teacher) More »

The Courage to Try Something New

You gave me the courage to try something new in my classroom. And it worked! - Margaret P. (Advanced Placement Teacher) More »



Personalized PD: Game of Stories

The game that is taking over every professional development experience to make it more fun, energizing, and collaborative. Build capacity while building community with this unique and entertaining game. Hear the stories of your own colleagues while reflecting on your own development as an educator. Get the conversation started about how to move your building and your district forward. Honor the professionals you work with every day by listening to their progress and their process as educators. Everybody has something to contribute. Everybody has something to learn. You might win the game, but you might win more by losing! Play Personalized PD: Game of Stories today and take your professional development to a whole new level.

Personalized PD: Flipping Your Professional Development

What should professional development look like? Can all teachers get exactly what they need? How do we energize every individual to realize their full potential?

Personalized PD: Flipping Your Professional Development helps answer these questions and more. Seven authors from throughout the United States start from the accurate premise that teachers are learners. Like all learners, teachers learn at different paces and start in different places. Personalized PD meets all educators where they are and seeks to help each individual move forward at their own pace and toward self-determined goals. It’s how teachers can get what they individually need so they can be even better for their students.

The authors take you through their experiences while giving you their best “pro tips” and most useful technology tools. They’ll save you time and research by pointing you in the right direction right now. Each chapter gives you a window into how these practicing educators execute their plan to get every teacher what they need and move each individual toward their own plan of learning. Plus, short vignettes expand on and go deeper into the most useful tools and techniques.

Come join the conversation, and be part of the fundamental change in professional development we call CHOICE (Constant progress, Honoring professionals, Ongoing learning, Individualized focus, Collaborative learning, Energizing experiences).

Personalized PD: Flipping Your Professional Development will help you get there!

Flipping 2.0: Practical Strategies for Flipping Your Class

WITH A FOREWORD BY AARON SAMS. If you’ve decided to flip your class, you probably have new questions: How do I do this? What will it look like? What will students do in class? How will I create learning experiences for students outside of class? What have other teachers done?

Flipping 2.0:Practical Strategies for Flipping Your Class seeks to answer your questions. And it opens the dialogue for us to continue to learn together.

In this book, you will follow practicing classroom teachers as they walk you through their flipped classroom journey; why and how they made the change, what obstacles they overcame, the technology they used, and where they are heading next. As a flipped learning teacher, you need time to check out workable solutions that other teachers have created.

Look inside their classrooms and learn from their experiences. Watch flipped teachers at work. Pick the brains of those who’ve been there, and join the conversation.

You’ll find something useful in every chapter. And there is a chapter just for you in this book.

With a chapter on mastery learning by Brian Bennett, two chapters on English by Cheryl Morris/Andrew Thomasson and Kate Baker, two chapters on social studies by Jason Bretzmann and Karl Lindgren-Streicher, two chapters on math by Audrey McLaren and John Stevens, two chapters on science by Marc Seigel and David Prindle, Google tools for flipping by Troy Cockrum, two chapters on technology by Cory Peppler and Tom Driscoll/Brian Germain, part-time flipping by Kenny Bosch, elementary school flipping by Todd Nesloney, middle school flipping by Nichole Carter, world languages flipping by Heather Witten, co-flipping by Cheryl Morris/Andrew Thomasson and even flipping your professional development by Kristin Daniels.

Read Flipping 2.0 today and make your decision to flip a reality.

Flipping with Kirch: The Ups and Downs from Inside My Flipped Classroom

As a pioneer of flipped learning, Crystal Kirch opened her classroom experience to the world. Through her blog Crystal shared what she and her students did every step of the way. Most activities worked exactly as planned, and sometimes Crystal learned right along with her students how to make flipped learning better. Wild successes and challenging setbacks…Crystal shared them all. While she shared, Crystal inspired a generation of flipclass teachers to give flipping a try, keep at it, or continue on to their next iteration of their flipping journey. Now Crystal Kirch shares all her experiences again in one extensive book. With new ideas, updated information, and precise connections to the best pedagogical practices, she shares her practical strategies to transform teaching and learning. Look inside the classroom of an accomplished flipped learning practitioner. See what can work and understand what to avoid as you enhance your flipping journey by Flipping with Kirch.

Instructional Strategies That Work
Jason Bretzmann’s chapter guides you through using to engage every student through backchanneling, improving feedback, displaying important academic content, and extending the boundaries of the classroom beyond the walls of your school building. Get it today!

“Instructional Strategies That Work provides teachers with proven methods that maximize student understanding and achievement. Ideal for teachers of any subject or grade level, the strategies in this book focus  on curriculum, delivery, technology, lesson planning, individual and group strategies, and ways to implement them in everyday instructional practices.” (Excerpted from the back cover.)

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