Thursday, August 15, 2013

Short Flipping Tutorial

At the end of the month, George Coe and I are co-presenting on flipping the classroom.

Below is the PowerPoint we will be using.  The hardest thing to do is to cut what you want to lecture to ten or fewer minutes.   To create the lecture watch the video above and then either use some PowerPoint slides or line up some slides, pictures, and slides on different tabs on your Internet page and then start your video.  Once the kids have watch the video, you will want them to be able to ask questions.  They can do it via Google Drive forms which you can learn by going here.  Then during class you will need to come up with an activity that is on the higher end of Bloom's taxonomy where the students can get help from each other and/or you.

Finally here is an example of a flipped video, the actual Google form we used and the interactive assignment that followed in class

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