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I Flip, You Flip, We All Flip

So you want to flip your class? In this how to video I explain the idea behind flipping, some things to think about as you begin and some concrete steps to getting your first lecture video up on the internets. Special thanks to Ken Halla for the idea.

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Keith Hughes explains the concept behind flipped classrooms, tools for creating great videos, and how to use iMovie to produce and publish flipped lessons.http://ow.ly/nGmp2

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Embedding Files from Box Into Blogger

How to embed files from Box.com into Blogger posts. This video was created in response to a question from a reader of http://freetech4teachers.com
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Introduction to Our Flipped Classroom

This video will give you an idea of what to expect in Mrs. Cremeens' language arts class in 2012-2013.
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wideo - Anyone can make cool videos.

wideo - Anyone can make cool videos. | Flipping Class | Scoop.it
A new tool to make cool videos. You just choose a template, insert objects, animate and share! Go meet Mr. Wideo :)
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Wideo allows you to create short, animated videos and Common Craft like videos in your web browser. Today,Wideo announced that you can now upload your own audio files into your video projects. This means that you could record a voiceover and add it to your video.

With Wideo's new voiceover tool you could really have your students creating explanatory videos in the Common Craft style. The art of Common Craft videos is the way in which confusing topics are boiled down to a concise explanation. If your students can do the same with a topic in your class, they can prove that they know the material. 

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Mark Rounds's curator insight, October 16, 2013 2:50 PM

With Wideo's new voiceover tool you could really have your students creating explanatory videos in the Common Craft style. The art of Common Craft videos is the way in which confusing topics are boiled down to a concise explanation. If your students can do the same with a topic in your class, they can prove that they know the material. 

jspellos's curator insight, October 17, 2013 10:31 AM

Really like this concept.  Great for classrooms, but also great for any organization looks to create simple explanations for ideas and concepts.  The fact that it's free makes it a no-brainer to try.

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5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Flipped My Class.mp4

Classroom "flipper" John Sowash of the Electric Educator blog discusses the five things he wishes someone had told him before he flipped his class. #flipclass
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The Flipped Class - Fall CUE Opening Keynote -- Jon Bergmann

The Flipped Class - Captured on October 26, 2012 at the Fall CUE Conference, flipped classroom pioneer Jon Bergmann walks through his transformation from a twenty year lecturer to a flipped class pioneer. He will take you on his journey and show how the flipped class can transform today's educational climate. The Flipped Class allows teachers to have more face-to-face time with students, allows for real differentiation, causes student to take responsibility for their learning, and allows students to master material. Jon Bergmann is considered one of the pioneers in the Flipped Class Movement. He co-wrote the book on the Flipped Classroom.

Jon believes educators should ask one guiding question: What is best for my students in my classroom? To the best of his abilities he has done this in his twenty-four years as a high school science teacher. He received the Presidential Award for Excellence for Math and Science Teaching in 2002 and was named Semi-Finalist for Colorado Teacher of the Year in 2010. He is the founder of the Flipped Learning Network, a nonprofit organization which provides teachers the resources needed to implement flipped learning (http://flippedlearning.org)..

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