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Flipped Classroom Resources

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Brown Bag Workshop:

Monday, November 26

Donna Saragnese


Step 1: View Video





Step 2:


Watch Donna's video about her Flipped Classroom:


Donna's tips for managing her classroom and using screencast:

Using Screencast.docx


Step 3:

Try screencast now! Click here to give it a whirl!


Step 4:


Browse resources below to learn more about flipping your classroom!


Step 5:


Have questions? Post them here and check back for answers:

Flipped Classroom Parking Lot


Visit Donna's Wiki for more examples.



  Quick Start Guide From the Center for Teaching and Learning at UT-Austin
  Flipped Classroom: Myth vs. Reality From the Daily Riff, a list of what the flipped classroom is--and is not
  Flipped Classroom Infographic Visualization of many aspects of the flipped classroom, including what is driving the shift, and what outcomes might be expected.

4 things to Consider Before Flipping Your Classroom

Considerations include: Student Adaptation time, Time needed to record videos

Keith Hughes Explains How to Make Flipped Classroom Videos

 via FreeTech4Teachers
 In I Flip, You Flip, We All Flip  Keith Hughes explains the concept behind flipped classrooms, equipment for creating great videos, and how to use iMovie to produce and publish your flipped lessons. 
  Edudemic's Teacher's Guide to Flipped Classrooms
  Flipped Classroom Video Collection A collection of videos from educators on various aspects of teaching using the flipped model. Noteworthy examples: This video used to explain the flipped classroom to pre-algebra class, and what NOT to do when creating screencasts or Traditional vs. Flipped Classrooms
  Flipped Classroom Ning Join the ning to engage with other educators who are flipping their classrooms
  YouTube--post videos online with security settings
How to Upload to You tube  and   How to configure your privacy settings so that the video is not public
Sources for VIdeos     

The popular TED talks website  has created a new website with tools to help teachers use video in the classroom. Teachers can customize videos with follow-up questions and assignments, an initiative that could help power the “flipped learning” model.  Or check out regular TED videos by browsing playlists

  Discovery Streaming
You can create an assignment or quiz in Discovery Streaming. Visit here for a tutorial/help page. Email Kim for passcode if you don't already have an account. You can gather video segments for students to watch and embed questions into the assignment or quiz. Students login with your code to go directly to your assignment.
  Khan Academy Learn for free about math, art, computer programming, economics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, finance, history, and more.  
  ULearnUniversity Dedicated to the belief that everyone can learn mathematics and should have access to pursue such endeavors.
  iTunes University
Access  iTunes U through iTunes to find K12 resources, including primary source materials, STEM, etc.
  Screencast-O-Matic Capture your voice and your screen to develop your own video. Watch a demo here
  Vodcasting Process from flippedclassroom.com What you will need to create online videos
  A comprehensive list of apps and tools to flip your classroom from Educational Technology and Mobile Learning


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