I love this website from the Flipped Institute! it’s an incredible resource for exploring the flipped classroom model. This website presents all the knowledge you’ll need to make the flip. Learn how to provide “a personalized, engaging learning experience” for all students. The website contains a “How to Flip” section with many detailed PDF guides on creating videos, sharing content and using class time efficiently. Be sure and check out the “Resources” and “Ask an Expert” sections as well!
Great advice from a teacher who has created over 100 video lessons, “Teachers who embrace flipped learning need to think like architects, not video producers.” I love this article as it puts forth great advice on creating and using your own videos to flip your classroom in an effective manner. The teacher explains how he uses Web 2.0 tools like Educanon to host his videos…here he can track student progress and embed quiz questions to measure student understanding.
When considering flipped learning many teachers feel it is a teaching strategy best suited for math and science teachers. This article explains how teachers can enlist the flipped learning model for any subject. The article gives the reader real-life, tangible examples of how flipped learning works in Physical Education, Wood Working and Dance classes. Every teacher has a limited amount of time with students, why not employ the flipped learning model to maximize your class time?
This 255-page Teacher’s Guide to Tech can be found at the Cult of Pedagogy blog and is well-worth the $20 price tag. The guide is loaded with tech tools to support flipped learning! Blogging, Book Publishing, Collaboration, Content Creation, Discussion Tools, Mind Mapping, Podcasting, Presentation Tools, Screen Casting and many, many more tech tools are covered in detail. The book may be purchased at the Teacher-Pay-Teachers website and includes the ability to download future updates!
This informative article comes to us from a Language Arts teacher and features 10 excellent tools for flipping your classroom. The teacher carefully selected 10 tools that she could easily learn and use with a laptop, iPad and iPhone. In her toolkit, you’ll find tools for screencasting, digital storytelling, and creating mash-ups. What I found extremely helpful is the teacher informs us how she used the tools in her own teaching practice. Inspiring, to say the least...check it out!