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Meet a Teacher, #FlipTip & The Washington Post




MEET A TEACHER 
Brooke Hermanson

Brooke Hermanson is a high school English teacher at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. She uses her Flipboard magazine, Teaching Resources, to inspire and engage the "reluctant readers" in her class as well as to help her students become more tech-savvy. We talked to Brooke during the unrest in Baltimore, which made her story all the more poignant. Meet Brooke and see a sample assignment from her class's Flipboard magazine here.
 

#FLIPTIP
Commemorate the school year 
with a magazine

School is winding down in the U.S., which means tests and assessments, recitals, yearbooks, class cleanouts and (temporary) goodbyes. But before everyone breaks for summer, remember that a Flipboard magazine can be a great way to honor a peer, compile class milestones and celebrate the best graduation moments. This post has more ideas and tips, including how to include photos from your own device (iOS and Android).

 

FURTHER READING
Candidate Magazines

If your class is following the 2016 candidates and campaigns, The Washington Post is creating a Flipboard magazine on each contender. Flip through each magazine to get up to speed on the key players and issues.

 

MARK YOUR CALENDARS —
June 10, 2015

The Flipboard Club, a passionate group of Flipboard evangelists, holds a weekly Twitter chat (#FlipboardChat) on Wednesdays at 7pm PT/10pm ET, and once a month the theme is around education. The next #FlipEDU #FlipboardChat is June 10: "Study Abroad with Flipboard." Be sure to participate if you're interested in how Flipboard could be a lens onto the world.
 

KNOW A TEACHER WHO'S MAKING A DIFFERENCE
WITH A FLIPBOARD MAGAZINE?

Tell us about him or her or just get in touch!
flipedu@flipboard.com
 
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