Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning
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Tools, resouces, tips and tricks for screencasting in online learning
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Differentiated Tech Instruction by Flipping My Classroom -Brad Flickinger

Differentiated Tech Instruction by Flipping My Classroom -Brad Flickinger | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Then the idea of a flipped classroom came along, where the students learn content on their own and get help from the teacher later when they are working on their skills. But the thought of making all those screencasts of the steps involved made my great idea fade. I just do not have the extras hours that doing something like this would take. If only I had some screencasts… I chewed on that for a few days when it suddenly hit me — I use screencasts all the time to learn new tech skills. My school has a subscription to Atomic Learning for our teachers, but I didn’t see any reason why I couldn’t use it for my students. So I had the guys at Atomic Learning set up a generic log-in for my students and then assigned them the Audacity lessons that they would need to do their U.S. Constitution podcasts.

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When Tech Met Ed...: Tech and Ed Play With Web 2.0 Tools: Part 2 Jing and Other Screencasting Tools

When Tech Met Ed...: Tech and Ed Play With Web 2.0 Tools: Part 2 Jing and Other Screencasting Tools | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

When Tech Met Ed...two teachers exploring tech as a tool for instructional purposes and professional development. Jing is a screencasting tool with tons of creative potential in education. It belongs both in the hands of instructors and students across content areas and ages. This post briefly highlights Jing and other screencasting tools as a part of the Tech and Ed Play With Web 2.0 Tools series. It’s my ramblings for one of my special interest technology groups and my students who wonder how I create feedback videos. As previously promised, upcoming posts in this series will highlight Voicethread, online comics, and more web 2.0 tools.

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LearningFront Blog: Using the Flipped Classroom in Teacher Education

In the "Flipped Classroom" model, instruction that typically occurred in a classroom is now accessed away from the classroom usually through technology prior to a face-to-face (F2F) class meeting. This means class becomes the venue to apply content and skills learned away from class, solve problems, create solutions, and engage in collaborative learning strategies. There are many ways to "Flip" classrooms and learning strategies. One of the key payoffs of the flipped classroom lies in the opportunity to create a new and effective way of learning.

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