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Welcome to Inspired Classrooms!
If you want the whole story on Inspired Classrooms but are short on time, this is for you. I have condensed the major ”selling points” of Inspired Classrooms into these five videos. OK, its a little more than 20 minutes, but its really good stuff. Just grab a coke and popcorn and enjoy. These videos should open in a new window:
Part 1: What is an Inspired Classroom
Part 2: Setting Up a Room
Part 3: Why inspired Classrooms?
Part 4: The Dangers of Technology Projects
Part 5: Using New Tools to do New Work
Created by Jerram Froese in 2000, this video documents the original ideas that got the Inspired Classroom model started. Despite being close to a decade old, this video contains the same, solid structure that makes up Inspired Classrooms today.
A Note About This Wiki
The content in this wiki is open-source, meaning that anyone can edit and add to these pages. If you have something to add to any page on this wiki, just click on the "Edit This Page" button at the top of the page, add your content, and click on the save button. I do actively moderate this site for appropriate content and I receive immediate notification of every edit that is made to the site. I prefer to leave this site wide open to public editing to encourage and facilitate participation, but at the same time reserve the right to roll back any additions that don't contribute to our overall message in a positive manner. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me at
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