My Flipped Classroom Resources and Tips, from Beginner to Advanced #flipclass #edchat #edtech

techieMusings

I’ve gotten a lot of requests recently for resources on my flipped classroom, best practices, tips & tricks, and advice for getting started. Here is a presentation summarizing my process and evolution through my flipped classroom journey. A paper I wrote on my AP Calculus flipped classroom was recently published – The Flipped Classroom: Touch Enabled, Academically Proven. 2012 – began flipping Honors Algebra 2.

Sharing My Full Online AP Calculus AB Curriculum + Honors Algebra 2 #FlipClass Videos #RemoteLearing #OnlineLearning #HybridLearning #edtech @YouTube @ytcreators @Flipgrid @PearDeck @Edpuzzle

techieMusings

I want to share my experiences and the resources I’ve built over the years, as both a flipped classroom and purely online AP Calculus AB teacher. I began flipping my AP Calculus classes in 2010 and have taught that class in a purely online format for three years. I have also flipped my Honors Algebra 2 class. You are welcome to use any of the content I share here in your classroom.

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Why Taking Risks in the Classroom Pays off for Students—and Teachers

Edsurge

It was my first experiment flipping our classroom. I’ve taught in a few districts with unique missions and priorities, but one thing that has remained constant is the fact that to make sure that learning remains engaging and relevant for the modern learner, risk-taking in the classroom is a necessity. To build a classroom culture where risk-taking is encouraged for students, a teacher also needs to be willing to try new things.

Addressing Diverse Student Needs Using @PearDeck Student-Pace #edtech #flipclass @Wacom

techieMusings

This will expand the possibilities, inside the classroom and beyond. In this post, I will talk about how I’ve been using Pear Deck in my math classroom and how I envision using the new Student-Paced Mode. I’ve been flipping my math classroom since 2010. As my flipped classroom has evolved and Edtech tools have expanded what’s possible, I have looked hard to find the best tools to most efficiently and effectively target individual and class needs.

Favorite #EdTech Tools of 2015 @zaption @peardeck @techsmithedu @desmos @socraticorg @wacom #flipclass #edchat

techieMusings

Here are a few of my #EdTech tools of 2015: Camtasia – used to screen record & video edit my flipped classroom videos. ZAPTION enables me to truly personalize my flipped classroom by embedding formative assessment directly into video lessons. I have been using CAMTASIA since 2010 to create and edit my screencasts. Zaption – used to add interactive elements + monitoring.

Using Technology to Personalize Learning @PearDeck @EDpuzzle #flipclass #blendedlearning #edtech

techieMusings

When I first began flipping my math classroom in 2010, the ability to screencast, upload to the web, and have students be able to watch lectures at their own pace was exciting and innovative. Though that was a step in the direction to a more personalized, student-centered classroom, tech tools that have emerged in the past four years have truly revolutionized what is possible.

Tips from the pros: Making an Enriched Virtual program work for your students

The Christensen Institute

Unlike the Flipped Classroom , Enriched Virtual programs usually don’t require daily school attendance; some programs may only require twice-weekly attendance, for example. The Enriched Virtual is considered a disruptive blended-learning model because it transforms the student learning experience beyond just adding an online-learning feature to a traditional classroom. Scott: We began with a trial of three courses in the spring of 2010.

A Welder of Digital Curriculum Companies Buys Its Latest

Edsurge

Since 2010, Weld North Education’s CEO and co-founder, Jonathan Grayer, has been scooping up online educational assets and fusing them together in an effort to create “the largest provider of digital curriculum serving preK-12 schools,” as he tells EdSurge in an interview. Many of these tools were used in environments that more closely resemble cubicles than classrooms, with students working by themselves in front of a computer.

The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade

Hack Education

You can read the series here: 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019. But in 2010, the company, co-founded by Gina Bianchini and Marc Andreessen, announced that it would no longer offer a free version. The Flipped Classroom".