How to Make a Flipped Classroom
Today I am doing a short in-service for my school and since I only have ten minutes I am putting these items up there for our teachers to use later or for you to do use to make your own flipped classroom.
First off below is a PowerPoint with the main points of how and why to do flipped classrooms as well as additional resources.
Next is a video which shows you how to use Screencastomatic which is a free online resource which you can use to make screencasts. If you go to my Youtube page you can see lots of my flipped videos.
Now once you have made the screencast you will want to share it with your students. To do this you can create a Google form and add it right in the top. The form will allow you to have students ask questions which you can start the next class by answering. Then you can go to the interactive you want to use in class.
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