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The Flipped Classroom « Teacher Created Tips

The Flipped Classroom « Teacher Created Tips | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

I am starting to see lots of information about the “flipped classroom.” This has grown out of the Kahn model, which was talked about at the TED (Technology, Entertainment, and Design) conference. Here’s a link to learn more about TED and the Flipped Classroom.

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Google Academy Application 2012 UK-Ben Rouse

This is Ben Rouse's application for the Google Teaching Academy 2012 UK... Innovations that helped him flip his classroom.

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Moving at the Speed of Creativity - Create Clever Information Traps with Zoo Tool, Posterous, & ifttt

Moving at the Speed of Creativity - Create Clever Information Traps with Zoo Tool, Posterous, & ifttt | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Not only a great example of a screencast but some amazing advice about managing our socially networked lives by Wes Fryer. Living as we do in a sea of digital information, we all need to set and manage clever “information traps.” The reason is simple: Every day we encounter useful, digital “stuff” we want to save for later and in many cases share with others. In this post, I’ll describe how to use Zoo Tool, Posterous, ifttt (if this then that) and email to create an information trap which takes a link and simultaneously:

saves it to Diigo (my primary social bookmarking site)saves it to a “quick blog” I created on Posterous for stuff I’m reading (wesread.posterous.com) Subscribes to the blog or site in my Google Reader if it has an available RSS feedTweets out the link if I choose to share it with a special tag (zt for “zoo tool”)

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One Stop Learning: Presenting online with free screencasting program

One Stop Learning: Presenting online with free screencasting program | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

I have benefited a lot from following people on Twitter. Recently I spotted a twit by Robin Good on using Movenote and present.me to produce a quick and simple screencasting. I followed the link to his Scoop.it! page. I watched his sample presentation and I thought, ah...I can try this! Both Movenote and present.me are free, very easy to use and the quality is reasonably good (but judge for yourself). Both programs have limited features compared to the more established Screen-O-Matic but I guess it's quite sufficient. I would add these to my selection of free screencasting program to present my PowerPoint or Keynote.

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21 Things from Billboy: Thing 21 - Screencasting

21 Things from Billboy: Thing 21 - Screencasting | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
-I see the flipped classroom as something that could enhance my teaching and student learning, but not something I would do all of the time. Flipping the classroom ocassionaly would allow for variety of delivery of information ...
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Creating Simple Screencasts to Enhance Your Classroom

This video will show teachers how to make simple screencast videos for students to use in and out of class. The tutorial highlights Screenr, a web-based screencasting application that allows you to record 5 minute, watermark-free videos of your screen and upload directly to YouTube.

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Screencasting-Tutorial

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Jon Anscher is the kind of person who is passionate about the work he does. This blog is his expression of those passions. This is a great example of a tutorial screencast about "Using Tracked Changes in Word" to help students learn this technology skill. To view the video click on the resource to go to the website.

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Technology in the Classroom: The Flipped Classroom Case Study

Technology in the Classroom: The Flipped Classroom Case Study | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Here's a blog/vlog about the flipped classroom. The flipped classroom is newer concept in education that involves taking the lecture part of class and making it homework by having students watch it via vodcasting at home. Then they have more time in class to do activities and projects and more time for one on one teacher time. I had heard about it through some teachers on my twitter feed and would like to try it out next school year. I made a presentation discussing what it is and the advantages and disadvantages of the flipped classroom. I consider it to be an innovation in teaching. Would you use the flipped classroom?

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The TeacherCast Blog: The Flipped Classroom Experiment #flippedclassroom

The TeacherCast Blog: The Flipped Classroom Experiment #flippedclassroom | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Welcome to TeacherCast.net, a place for Teachers to help other Teachers. Currently, we are in the middle of our chapter where we learn about building major scales. The students have a workbook that we complete sections of each day and we also have an extensive website that I have put together to supplement the classroom activities. We have been working on this chapter for a few days now, in the typical classroom format I would lead the group discussion and the student would take notes. We also do activities that involve singing, rhythm dictation and I often ask students to come to the board and work out various examples. To prepare for our Flipped Classroom experiment, I told the kids on Wednesday that they are going to be given an assignment where they were required to come up and teach the class a concept from our chapter. I told them that everyone’s homework was to learn about the remaining three sections of the chapter and that I would call on them randomly to come up and teach the class, then be able to field questions. They were all a little taken back by this sense of the unknown, but were eager to work on the assignment.

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