Flip It! The Flipped Classroom Model is for Everyone. Here’s Why.

Fractus Learning

“Will a flipped classroom work in your subject and grade level? ” In The Flipped Class: Is Flipping for Everyone? hosts Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams demonstrate basic ways subject-area educators can apply the flipped classroom model to their teaching practice. Bergmann and Sams are veteran educators and pioneers of the flipped classroom. Never heard of a Flipped Classroom? Is Flipping for Everyone?

EDpuzzle Curriculum

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EDpuzzle the amazing simple to use site that educators everywhere are using to "flip" a classroom and differentiate instruction has recently release their "online" curriculum for teachers. assessment differentiate instruction Digital video flipped classroomEducators can now access all video-lessons and questions for the whole school year. This is a great way to easily gage student learning in a wide range of subjects.

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EDpuzzle on Android

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This as well as their easy to use iOS app makes it easy for any teacher to flip their classroom/lesson and have students view it on any device. Educators are using EDpuzzle to edit their videos (crop, add questions, etc) differentiate instruction, and more. Android differentiating instruction Digital video educational apps flipped classroomEDpuzzle the amazing educational tool (web/mobile app) is now available for free on any Android device.

EDpuzzle Curriculum

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EDpuzzle the amazing simple to use site that educators everywhere are using to "flip" a classroom and differentiate instruction has recently release their "online" curriculum for teachers. differentiate instruction Digital video flipped classroom project based learning

EDpuzzle Curriculum

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EDpuzzle is the amazing learning tool that educators everywhere are using to flip their classroom, assess student learning, differentiate instruction, and much much more. assessing differentiate instruction Digital video flipped classroomThis is done by adding questions to a video and modifying it to make it work for YOU. Best of all, are the wide range of lessons and resources that are available for students and educators.

EDpuzzle

Technology Tidbits

EDpuzzle the amazing simple to use site that educators everywhere are using to "flip" a classroom and differentiate instruction has recently release their "online" curriculum for teachers. assessing differentiate instruction flipped classroomEducators can now access all video-lessons and questions for the whole school year and search for them by subject or grade level.

Back to School with Buncee

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Buncee the amazing learning tool that educators around the world are using to integrate technology into the classroom has updated their list of ways to use Buncee w/ the school year approaching. Teachers are using Buncee for project based learning, to "flip" a lesson, digital storytelling, create beautiful presentations, and much much more. differentiate instruction digital storytelling flipped classroom project based learning Web 2.0

What is WittyWe and Why You Want to Use it

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After the trial, there is the option to purchase a classroom license with individual student accounts or a District license. Flipped classrooms where video content underpins lessons, in preparation for the next class. As differentiated instruction for the varied learning styles of students. There seems to be a limitless supply of online education content. In fact, my email box and social media explodes with them.

EDpuzzle

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EDpuzzle is vastly becoming one of the premiere web/iOS tools around for learning in the classroom. It is being used to flip a classroom or lesson, Project Based Learning, grading/assessing, and even for differentiating instruction. For my Pinterest board on Flipping a Classroom click here. flipped classroom project based learning VideoThis is fantastic free tool for editing a video, cropping, adding quizzes/polls, narration, etc.

Buncee for Mother's Day

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This is a simple to use site/app w/ educational portal that allows educators to "flip" their classroom, differentiate instruction, blend learning, and much much more. blended learning digital storytelling flipped classroom project based learning Web 2.0Buncee is the amazing Web 2.0 learning tool that educators everywhere are using in a wide variety of ways.

Buncee Classroom

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Educators have been using Buncee in a wide variety of ways through their educational portal "Buncee Classroom" to create virtual classrooms for students to complete assignments, take quizzes, etc. Best of all, Buncee Classroom lets students track students, assign quizzes, and even differentiate instruction. blended learning digital storytelling flipped classroom presentations project based learning Web 2.0

Beyond Technology: Blended Learning Conference Debates Equity, Cultural Inclusion

Edsurge

Michele Williams-George, an education consultant and researcher, claimed there were 25 words people inaccurately used interchangeably with the term, such as differentiated instruction and flipped classroom. New technology tools and school models have emerged, offering educators more options about how to appropriately blend online and face-to-face teaching in the classroom.

Class Compete

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This makes it easy to differentiate instruction and even works for Blended Learning or the "Flipped" classroom model. Class Compete is a fantastic Game Base Learning and Assessment system that educators are using to help boost student's test scores and eliminate test anxiety. Class Compete works on any mobile device (iOS, Android, etc.) and follows the familiar "running/racing" game formula.

How to Differentiate Teaching for the advancement of student Thinking Skills: Simplifying Approaches to Teaching & Learning Series (Part 5)

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This post is part of a 6-part series highlighting how we, as IB teachers, can bring Approaches to Teaching to our classroom and challenge students to engage in Approaches to Learning. In the previous installments of our series, we have shared ideas on instructional strategies that allow the simultaneous implementation of Approaches to Teaching and Learning (ATLs). This fifth post addresses h ow differentiated teaching can advance students’ thinking skills.