Points of Pain (Ron Houtman): At the end of the day, what are you sick and tired of repeating? Create a screencast for the next person who asks the exact same question.
Technical Understanding (Reuben Hoffman and Dan McDowell): When you are regularly using technology tools (web-based tools, computer applications, or device apps), some students may need extra AND repeatable guidance. (Example)
Skill Building (Dan McDowell): Similar to Points of Pain, except that these are essential skills that students need to master. It could be how to approach a specific type of math problem or how to write a thesis statement. (Example)
The Flipped Classroom(Aaron Sams): What is the best use of classroom time? When do students need their teacher’s guidance the most - during a lecture or when doing homework problems?
The Flipped-Mastery Classroom (Jon Bergmann): Students need to demonstrate they understand before moving on. Students should be able to learn at their own pace. How can we take advantage of technology to individualize learning?