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In this new series, author and educator Aaron Quigley shows you how to stay up to date with the latest educational technology and classroom management techniques. Each week, he'll introduce you to a new tip you can use to be more efficient, and increase student achievement. Aaron covers concepts like the flipped classroom, Common Core Standards, and the role of social media in education. The series also covers a variety of productivity apps, learning management systems, and other technologies, using a project-based approach that simulates the real K–12 or university classroom environment. Check back often for new tutorials, every Monday with Teacher Tips.
(MUSIC) Hello and welcome to the teacher tips weekly series. I'm Aaron Quigley and I'm a STEM teacher in Baltimore city, a Teach for America alum and an author here at Lynda.com. Throughout this series we'll explore the latest innovations in educational technology, teaching best practices and time-saving techniques all with the goal of helping our students be successful in the classroom. We'll look at both free and paid online resources. We'll evaluate project management systems, and highlight new technology that's emerging in our field.
Each chapter in this series will be free on Lynda.com, during the weeks it's released. And members will also have access to the entire series. So check back each week for our latest post or, follow me on twitter @aaronquigley to keep up to date with the series. I look forward to keeping you updated on the latest educational trends and I wish you the best of luck in your own classroom.
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