1. Board of Education Meeting November 14, 2013

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    The November 14th meeting of the Haddonfield Board of Education saw an official recognition of the 3 successful candidates for the general election: Mary Fagan, David Siedell and Carlton Chin who will be sworn onto the board at the Jan 9, 2014 meeting. There was also a presentation on "Flipped Classrooms" and tools used by educators to create immersive educational videos and exercises.

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    • Futurity: First Class

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      The first class of "Futurity: Why the Past Matters" (futurity.lacunastories.com) at Stanford Univeristy. Taught by Amir Eshel, Brian Johnsrud, and Max Seuchting, using the digital annotation platform Lacuna Stories (www.lacunastories.com)

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      • Moral Education Critical Project Video Reflection

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        This is my video reflection for the Moral Education portion of my Flipped Classroom unit. The full project can be found at http://sarathibeault.wordpress.com/ under the "Math 9 Polynomials Flipped Unit" page.

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        • "Is University Obsolete?" - Prof. Anthony C. Masi - Max Bell 40th Anniversary Lecture

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          Prof. Masi delivered this lecture on digital challenges and opportunities in higher education on November 14, 2013, at the McGill University Faculty Club Ballroom. The talk was part of "Thinking Forward: The 40th Anniversary Max Bell Essays and Lectures." In this series, three exceptional Canadians each produced an essay and lecture about a public policy issue critical to the country’s future. It was announced in celebration of the foundation’s 40th anniversary, and in honour of the thousands of charities across the country that work every day to improve Canadian society. Prof. Masi’s talk was co-presented by Max Bell Foundation and the Literary Review of Canada, and builds on his essay "Questioning Higher Education" (http://reviewcanada.ca/masi), first published in the September 2013 issue of the LRC. About Max Bell Foundation: Max Bell was an athlete, McGill alumnus, oilman, newspaper publisher and philanthropist. The foundation that bears his name was established in 1972 with a gift from his estate valued at $17 million. Since then, under the stewardship of its Directors, the Foundation has made hundreds of grants to charities across Canada, totalling more than $75 million. To find out more about the foundation and its work, visit http://maxbell.org. About the LRC: Published since 1991, the award-winning LRC magazine is the country’s leading forum for discussion and debate about books, culture, ideas and public affairs. The Literary Review of Canada Charitable Organization also hosts public lectures and conversations, and co-produces Spur. Launched this year, Spur is the country’s first national festival of politics, art and ideas. For more details, visit http://reviewcanada.ca and http://spurfestival.ca.

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          • The Flipped Mobile Classroom

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            April 2, 2013 webinar with Greg Kulowiec & Beth Holland

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            • Increasing Student Satisfaction at Fresno Pacific University through the Flipped Classroom

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              Hear from Robert Leitgeb, Director of Technical Operations and IT Projects and Adjunct Professor at Fresno Pacific University on how he used his background in educational technology to move to a Flipped Classroom model, increasing student satisfaction to 4.89 on a 5.0 scale. Learn the steps he took to make the change, and how your campus can support faculty in moving to a flipped model.

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              • WELSTech Episode 281 - Classroom Video

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                WELSTech is a podcast about how technology can be used to aid the work of the church. Jason Schmidt joins Martin and Sallie to talk about the growing library of classroom video available to teachers today. How do you find it, store it, catalog it and show it. Join the conversation at welstech.wels.net.

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                • Three Ways to Flip Your Classroom

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                  • WELSTech Episode 277 - You're Gonna Flip

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                    WELSTech is a podcast about how technology can be used to aid the work of the church. Martin and Sallie are joined by Gail Potratz to talk about the popular educational technique of "flipping" a classroom. Join the conversation at welstech.wels.net.

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                    • Enhancing the Effectiveness of NOAC Therapy through Interactive Group Learning for Emergency Physicians and Hospitalists

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                      Venous thromboembolism (VTE; collectively, deep venous thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE)) epidemiology continues to change. Factors such as life expectancy increasing, continued growth of rates of cancer, the obesity epidemic in the US, and increasingly successful therapies for chronic diseases associated with VTE risk, are contributing to increased rates of VTE seen by healthcare providers in the US. The annual incidence in the general population is 1-2 per 1000, and is much higher in some well-characterized subgroups. Financial pressure is being applied to hospitals by payors and regulatory agencies that are increasingly focused on VTE prevention and treatment as a marker of healthcare quality. This financial pressure is being applied to hospitals to limit inpatient care of DVT. Additionally, multiple new therapeutic approaches to thrombosis are becoming more widely available, leading to confusion among providers about treatment options. The coincidence of these issues creates an intense and immediate need for better education of healthcare providers of nearly every medical discipline about the scope, prevalence, and importance of VTE. Delivered via High Definition video, Dr. Geno Merli and Dr. Charles Pollack engage in a robust discussion of VTE management with a focus on effective utilization of the novel oral anticoagulants. Following completion of the on-demand video presentation, you will be invited to participate in a case-based webinar led by an expert in anticoagulation.

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