Category Archives: Flipped learning

grmr.me

Check out this site for teaching English, created by an English teacher:  grmr.me.  He used a beta application from Youtube to insert questions and answers into instructional video so that the viewer can interact in real time.  Exciting development for flipped, … Continue reading

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www.flippedlearning.org/

Free online resources by subject area.  Join the ning if you’re at all interested in learning about Flipped Learning.  www.flippedlearning.org/webinars

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How To Flip An Entire School | Edudemic

And another perspective on Flipping:   How To Flip An Entire School | Edudemic.

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Flipped Learning – a step in the shift.

Flipped Learning can not and should not be simply be a reversal of the traditional lecture/homework model.  When used well, it will present the content to the students through short video tutorials and other innovative methods so that time in … Continue reading

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VPython Screencasts | Action-Reaction

VPython Screencasts | Action-Reaction. This is a great blog from my friend Frank Noschese who teaches Physics at John Jay.  He was recently named 2011 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. His entire blog is enlightening – he’s … Continue reading

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Education Week: Educators Evaluate ‘Flipped Classrooms’

Education Week: Educators Evaluate ‘Flipped Classrooms’. Interesting perspective on flipping.  Pros and cons are addressed, but the last paragraph IS the kicker and applies to most any assortment of students. What do you think? “[In the current model], one student … Continue reading

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Free Technology for Teachers: 10 Ways to Create Videos Without Installing Software

Free Technology for Teachers: 10 Ways to Create Videos Without Installing Software. These are resources for creating videos using free web tools. I’ve used Masher, Animoto and Screenr – they’re simple and the finished product is professional looking. If you’re … Continue reading

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