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Posted: Monday, December 9, 2013 4:30 am

Wearing Santa hats and braving freezing temperatures, the Killeen ISD Education Foundation grant patrol distribution Friday took on a holiday feel.

They came bearing gifts, handing out oversized checks totaling more than $75,000 and making up 17 innovative classroom projects across 11 campuses within the Killeen Independent School District.

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      • dadiletta posted at 11:21 am on Wed, Dec 11, 2013.

        dadiletta Posts: 1

        It's wonderful to see that the grants are not being used for the purposes of "technology" but rather for thoughtful instructional gains. I am particularly excited about flipped lessons. But I would caution that flipping a lesson involves two sides, don't simply plan for the instructional content being sent home:
        http://exitticket.org/other-side-to-a-flipped-class/

         

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