TED Talks are outstanding for the classroom and I'm always on the lookout for talks specifically applicable to writers, storytelling, research, and my writing classroom / workshops. Here is just a small collection to get you started.
Keith Hughes makes fantastic flipped history classroom videos. I've featured lots of his work in the past because it is a great model of what a video lesson should be. Today, Keith released a video in which he explains how he does it and how you can do it too. In I Flip, You Flip, We All Flip Keith Hughes explains the concept behind flipped classrooms, equipment for creating great videos, and how to use iMovie to produce and publish your flipped lessons. If you have any interest in making flipped classroom videos, I highly recommend taking 25 minutes to watch I Flip, You Flip, We All Flip.
The odds are if you write in public you want people to read your work. Seems like a reasonable assumption. I mean, if we don’t care if anyone’s reading our work, then we should stick to personal journals that we keep hidden under our pillows.
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