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Tools, resouces, tips and tricks for screencasting in online learning
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How Flipping My Classroom Rescued My Math Block

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How Flipping My Classroom Rescued My Math Block Your mini lesson ran long. Now, you can either scrap your centers, or you can rush through them, which doesn’t really do them or your students justice - and you’d put so much time into getting them ready. This doesn’t happen in a flipped classroom.

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Live From York with YouTube Live

Ever wanted to do a Flipped or Blended Classroom model but didn't know how to record the information? Want to bring more professionals into your classroom? Well, +Eric Lawson and I show you how you can create your own YouTube Live events! https://youtu.be/wGc2cemvDnE

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Flipped Learning 3.0 Webinars

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Flipped Learning 3.0  Webinar Series

The Flipped Learning Global Initiative has designated the new era and paradigm Flipped Learning 3.0.  FLGI is has launched a series of webinars to introduce flipped learning stakeholders to Flipped Learning 3.0. The online sessions will discuss the practical implications for teachers, administrators, tech coaches, flipped learning trainers, consultants, researchers, technology developers and education policy makers. Each session will host Flipped Learning 3.0 innovators with experience in each of the five factors driving the paradigm shift in flipped learning. Each webinar will offer practical steps you can take to be prepared for the future of flipped learning.

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Smart, Effective, Cool: Ways to Set up a Flipped Classroom

Smart, Effective, Cool: Ways to Set up a Flipped Classroom | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Jon Bergmann with Crystal Kirch. You've heard it before, form follows function. Join us as we look at ideal ways to lay out a classroom for flipped learning.

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Flipped Classroom: Bridging the Gap between Pre-Work and In-Class Sessions

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One of the challenges of the flipped classroom is building meaningful connections between the pre-work and the in-class sessions. Opponents of the flipped classroom argue that information overload can easily occur in flipped classrooms (Benitez, 2014). Furthermore, while many instructors prefer to use short videos or online modules for the delivery of the pre-work, active learning strategies in the classroom need not be tech heavy. The greatest benefit to using the flipped classroom is the implementation of active learning strategies within the repurposed class time (Michael, 2006; Jensen et al., 2015). The techniques provided here can all be completed in your class with whiteboards, markers, and/or chart paper. In this article, I will share four different strategies that can help your students connect with your classroom pre-work, and embrace a constructivist approach that will help them apply their new knowledge.
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Why Teachers Matter More in a Flipped Classroom

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The reason Flipped Learning makes teachers more valuable is that it changes the dynamic of the classroom. No longer is content delivery the focus of the class, nor is the teacher’s main responsibility the dissemination of knowledge. Instead, teachers take on the role of a facilitator of learning. They can work with students in small groups and have more one-on-one interactions. The simple act of removing the direct instruction (lecture) from the whole group changes the dynamic of the room and allows the teacher more time to personalize and individualize the learning for each student. Each student gets his/her own education tailored to their individual needs. Instead of a one size fits all education, each student gets just what they need when they need it. So if you are flipping your class, know that your role is more valuable than just a stream of knowledge. You…Connect, Listen, Push, Go Deeper, Laugh, Interact, Inspire, Play, Provoke, Encourage, and Motivate. You are a teacher!

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A school’s “no homework” policy led to kids getting better grades and it’s a super inspiring story

A school’s “no homework” policy led to kids getting better grades and it’s a super inspiring story | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

One school in Michigan has achieved a success story in their “no homework” policy in a simple way. In 2010, Clintondale High School had a failure rate of 35 percent, and was named one of the worst schools in the state. However, they managed to turn their story around by taking on a format called a flipped classroom. For those who have recently been in an undergraduate classroom, this model is similar to a hybrid model; students watch online lessons at home, and learn how to apply those lessons in the classroom.

Stemming from a discussion of what students needed from their education, Clintondale High School focused on how they could work with students who felt they didn’t have the tools they needed to succeed. In an interview with NationSwell, Clintondale principal Greg Green said, “It’s not about the technology we use. It’s simply about the amount of support and how much activity you do with the kids in class. Since taking on a “flipped classroom” model, Clintondale has seen the freshman failure rate drop by 33 percent in English, 31 percent in math, 22 percent in science, and 19 percent in social studies. In addition, the two-year college admission rates from Clintondale rose from 63 percent to 80 percent. ”

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Teachers share lessons from ‘innovative’ classroom styles

Teachers share lessons from ‘innovative’ classroom styles | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
In “flipped” classrooms, teachers don’t give lectures before each class. Instead, the lecture is the homework, freeing up class time for discussion or more engaging activities. But teachers who want to flip their classes have to invest significant time and energy in producing video lectures for their students to absorb at home.

The payoff, however, can be big. Students who finish the lecture homework come to class already knowing the general content, so the teacher can use class time to probe how well students understand the material and work through activities designed to deepen knowledge and interest.

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Building Flipped Classrooms - JAG BLOG

Building Flipped Classrooms - JAG BLOG | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Any organization can benefit from using the principles of the flipped classroom. Your employees will greatly benefit, which ultimately creates a positive impact on your mission. So here we go! This is the beginning of adapting and integrating flipped classrooms to your existing system of education and training. Probably the most important part of embracing and using a flipped classroom is appreciating how it could fit into your existing organizational culture.

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FlipCon Adelaide 2016

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Jon Bergmann recently published a series of articles; Scaling Flipped Learning. The series of articles is in 7 parts,  the articles can be found here. Awesome compilation of resources for flipped learning!

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What a flipped classroom looks like

In a flipped classroom, students watch or listen to lectures on their own, then spend class time working on projects.
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Flip The Classroom! 5 Key Tricks To Help You Succeed - Capterra Blog

Flip The Classroom! 5 Key Tricks To Help You Succeed - Capterra Blog | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Use these five tips to help flip the classroom and receive some huge benefits.
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Everything Teachers Need to Flip Their Classrooms

Everything Teachers Need to Flip Their Classrooms | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Flipped learning or Flipped classroom or is a methodology, an approach to learning in which technology is employed to reverse the traditional role of classroom time. If in the past, classroom time is spent at lecturing to students , now in a flipped model, this time is utilized to encourage individualized learning and provide one-on-one help to students, and also to improve student-teacher interaction. While the instructional or teachable content is still available in class, however this content is mainly designed in such a way to be accessed outside class which is a great way for struggling students to learn at their own pace.

Today we spent sometime sifting through our Flipped Classroom section here in EdTech and mLearning and curated for you the resources below. These include tools, apps, video guides, tutorials and illustrative visuals to help teachers learn about and integrate the flipped learning concept in their instruction.

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A Flipped Classroom Model for Information Literacy Instruction : Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts

Bryn Mawr librarians Olivia Castello and Alex Pfundt used a Blended Learning seed grant to flip library instruction and make it more active. Their assessment of the efficacy of the flipped classroom model was recently published in the Journal of Creative Library Practice.
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HyperDrawings: Creating AMAZING Flipped and Blended Learning Activities for Math Class.

HyperDrawings: Creating AMAZING Flipped and Blended Learning Activities for Math Class. | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Over the last few months, Twitter has been erupting with posts from educators that are excited about HyperDocs. However, as I started coaching my teachers in best practices for creating and using HyperDocs, I discovered that Google Drawings seems to be my preferred G Suite app to use for math instruction. There are so many possibilities when it comes to creating amazing flipped or blended learning materials!

HERE’S WHY I PREFER HYPERDRAWINGS:

You can embed YouTube Videos! Yes! Just copy video inserted into Google Slides into your Google Drawing! (See tutorial video below)
You can add the directions and assignments in the blank space next to the canvas.
The canvas is an amazing area for students and teachers to demonstrate understanding, solve problems, create screencasts, and use virtual manipulatives.
You can easily add Bitmoji stickers and clipart by dragging them into the blank space next to the canvas.
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Flipped Instruction

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(Ken Ehrmann) My flipped experience: 
I have used flipped instructions for a few years now in my fifth grade classroom.  I have also created lessons for other classrooms K-4, specific lessons for graduate courses, and technology tutorials for teachers.  Below you will find my "top five" and active button's to take you directly to all my playlists.  Additionally, the Youtube icon on every webpage takes you directly to my channel.

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Four Strategies for Effective Assessment in a Flipped Learning Environment

Four Strategies for Effective Assessment in a Flipped Learning Environment | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
But because initial engagement with new material is done independently as a preparation for class time, rather than as its focus, many things could go wrong. If students do the assigned pre-class work but don’t acquire enough fluency with the basics—or if they simply don’t do it at all—then the in-class experience could be somewhere between lethargic and disastrous. How can an instructor in a flipped learning environment avoid this and instead have consistently engaging and productive learning experiences for students in both the individual and group spaces?

A key to achieving this kind of environment is assessment. Because flipped learning is more decentralized and personalized than in a traditional course design, the challenge is to have assessments that provide reliable, actionable information about student learning in the various phases of flipped learning that is as up-to-the-minute as possible. Armed with this knowledge about student learning, instructors can provide just the right amount of support at just the right time, any time.

Here are four strategies for flipped learning assessment that can help provide this kind of support.
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#10: What does a flipped classroom look like at each grade level?

#10: What does a flipped classroom look like at each grade level? | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Take an inside look at how 3 teachers personalize learning for each student with flipped learning strategies.
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Blog

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Flipped Learning Simplified. Jon Bergmann's blog with excellent posts and videos explaining all aspects of flipped learning.

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How technology makes good teachers better

How technology makes good teachers better | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Augmented classroom learning is as important as increasing participation from students. John Dewey was an American philosopher and educational reformer. He proposed that education should integrate learning with experience and wanted to test it in schools.
As natural as it may seem today, it was a rather radical thought back then. His ideas and results from his experiments formed the basis of learning by doing pedagogy and helped originate the ‘experiments in lab’ culture.
Flipped classroom is a uniquely 21st century twist to Dewey’s ideas. It rearranges how time is spent both in and out of class to shift the ownership of learning from educators to students.
Students consume the content at home and engage collectively at problem-solving and discussion at school. The process is similar to verifying a reading in a lab. The process of discussion encourages them to ask relevant questions and arrive at a solution step-by-step. ‘Flipped classroom’, when it works well, is one of the most promising pedagogical tools available to us.

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A Very Good Video Tutorial on How to Set Up A Flipped Classroom

A Very Good Video Tutorial on How to Set Up A Flipped Classroom | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Here is one of my favourite videos on flipped classroom. In this funny and insightful video, Keith Hughes explains the idea behind the flipped classroom and provides some excellent tips for teachers who want to integrate the flipped teaching methodology in their instruction. The video is a little bit long (24 minutes) but is really worth watching.
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Nineteen Ways for Students to Prepare for Flipped Classrooms

Nineteen Ways for Students to Prepare for Flipped Classrooms | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
In a flipped classroom, students typically interact with a short micro-video (flipped video) before class and then class time is transformed into an active place of engagement and learning. Some teachers think that students take to flipped learning quickly. However, since many students have been trained in how to learn passively, they need to have explicit instructions on how to learn differently in a flipped classroom. Below is a series of suggestions teachers may find helpful to hand out to students to prepare them for a flipped classroom.

How to Learn Best in a Flipped Classroom
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Flipped Classroom - Classroom Closeup, NJ

Flipped Classroom - Classroom Closeup, NJ | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Flipped Classroom – Imagine flipping a classroom so that students watch recorded lectures at home and do their homework during class. Teachers record their lessons and post them online, allowing them to be more available for one-on-one tutoring during class time. This model of teaching was presented at the 2015 NJEA Convention by Jon Bergmann, one of the pioneers of the flipped classroom movement. For students, the flipped classroom requires them to be more responsible for their own learning and personalizes the educational experience. Winner of the 2015-16 Mid-Atlantic Emmy.
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7 Unique Flipped Classroom Models: Which is Right for You?

Which flipped classroom model is right for your classroom? Learn 7 ways that teachers are inverting their classes to find out which is best for you.
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8 Flipped Classroom Benefits For Students And Teachers - eLearning Industry

8 Flipped Classroom Benefits For Students And Teachers - eLearning Industry | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Want to know how the Flipped Classroom Benefits both students and teachers? Check 8 Flipped Classroom Benefits for everyone in the learning environment.
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