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.

Let’s Play Matchmaker: Connecting Edtechs & Educators @JuneLabs #edchat #edtechchat

techieMusings

As educators, we all know it’s never simply about finding the perfect tech tool; however, finding and customizing the right tech tool can transform a classroom. How did the flipped classroom begin for me? I stumbled across Camtasia Studio and bam, I knew I was looking at an answer. Lucky for me, an awesome team of education-focused individuals work at TechSmith (makers of Camtasia).

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.

Screencasting: Pick the Right Tool for the Job

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

Screencasting is an integral part of my flipped classroom as I can record videos for a variety of purposes that include (but certainly not limited to) i nforming parents and students about class expectations , providing answer key videos , documenting directions and the steps of a project , and informing support staff of technical glitches. I can create any video I need with Screencastify, Screencastomatic, and Camtasia.