Transitioning to the Digital Classroom Part 1: Defining the Spectrum

Where do you fall on the digital spectrum?

The variety and creativity of teachers makes it very tough to encapsulate what a digital classroom looks like. To be honest, I don’t believe that there is such a thing as a digital classroom, but simply a spot at a given moment where any classroom falls on the digital spectrum.  The advantage of looking at a classroom as a singular point or measurement on a continuum is that as needs change so to can the level of technology and digital resource to meet the needs of both students and teachers.  In the first two videos in a new series by The Flipped Learning Network we look at the definition of the digital classroom and the many forms that classroom can take.  We are going to spend the first few episodes looking as some general models and then move on to specific and tools that con be used by any teacher to adjust the digital level of their classroom.  

Join us as we look to this new series in an unprecedented time in education.  

Digital Classroom Introduction

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Defining 5 Types

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While we are at it, join us July 12th-16th as the Flipped Learning Network offers a free online virtual conference that builds on the ideas in this series and so many more. 


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