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Flipped Classroom - Jerry Overmyer

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5 to 12
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Discover "flipped classroom" articles, resources, and videos to learn basic information on this form of instruction. Find links to flipped classroom blogs. whether starting or considering...more
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Discover "flipped classroom" articles, resources, and videos to learn basic information on this form of instruction. Find links to flipped classroom blogs. whether starting or considering a flipped classroom, visit flipped classroom.com for a basic explanation and how to's. Find ways you can spend more time with students instead of lecturing. How does a flipped classroom work? You can use your curriculum to make screen casts of lessons. Or find videos already made that can show the lesson content. Students watch at home, and complete a guide, or beginning examples. This allows you to use your class time to do labs, work with individuals, and differentiate for all of your students. Screencasting leads easily into mastery education with students progressing at their own rate. In addition to "assignments," find ideas on this site on projects to extend learning.

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Use this site for the basics of screencasting to begin your flipped journey. Mark it in favorits as you try some of the "flipped" teaching strategies for a unit or one day a week. If you read the "accountability" portion of the "Vodcasting" process, you will see an idea about "someday" being able to stop in the middle of the video and have the students answer questions. This is now possible if you use YouTube to store your video and use Grockit/Answers, reviewed here. Once finished, copy and paste the YouTube video address into Grockit/Answers. Watch it and stop it where you want to insert a question for students to answer. Your students type the answer directly into the space that goes with the video. You receive the answers online with your video.
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