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Flipping and Blending: Taking the Plunge!
Transcript of Flipping and Blending: Taking the Plunge!
Login with Google Account to manage uploads, create a channel, add subscriptions
Can add popup text and embed links to other YouTube videos (example: http://youtu.be/xzeCT0IZBws)
Use pre-made videos (YouTube, Khan Academy, TED, etc.) or upload your own
Embed quizzes, comments, hyperlinks at planned timed moments in video
Easy for students to enroll in classes (class code registration like Edmodo)
LMS-like functionality: create classes, assign videos as homework, follow progress
iPhone and iPad app
Free, unlimited videos/classes/students
Flipping and Blending:
Taking the Plunge!
Reflection tool: Mary Lohr (EOMS) https://sites.google.com/site/octifall2013/teacher-tech-tools
Tech equity and accountability
Don't forget Screencastomatic, Quicktime (MacBooks) and Prezi (add audio!)
Think about . . .
K-12+ Math, but also science, arts, test prep, more!
LMS functionality: create classes, pre-assess students, track progress
8/8/14 Article: http://www.edtechmagazine.com/k12/article/2014/08/revisiting-khan-academy-clean-slate
iPad app to make, but can view from any browser
Draw with finger, captures voice, can insert pictures
So simple an 8 year old can do it! http://www.showme.com/sh/?h=5vOKyu0
What if STUDENTS record video responses to YOUR questions?
Thank you for taking the plunge!
Created by Adam Watson, 2014.
Test with your browser (give webcam/mike permissions)
21 day free trial ($60/year)
Example with teachers: how do you plan? http://flipgrid.com/#faf1dad6
How to record inside YouTube using your webcam
Adam's blog entry on preparing for a flipped classroom:
Defining our Terms
is any formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online learning, with some element of student control over time, place, path and/or pace.”
--Michael B. Horn and Heather Staker (
would still fit the above definition, but in its purest form, the online learning (usually a form of content delivery) occurs entirely at home while classroom time is used to check for understanding, remediate or accelerate as needed, and apply knowledge.
A “formal education program” is a learning plan organized and structured by an educator who intervenes as needed, with the student physically spending at least part of their time in a traditional facility (i.e. a “brick and mortar” building). This is why a fully online course that never meets in person would NOT be considered blended or flipped. A student that independently watches Khan Academy videos without an educator’s oversight or feedback, and are therefore not part of the educator’s “formal education program” for the student, would NOT be considered flipped or blended.
“Student control over time, place, path and/or pace” is also essential to the definition. Simply using digital tools in or out of the physical classroom is NOT enough to qualify as flipped or blended, since the student may use tools yet still not have control over one or more of these elements.
My blog entry on EDpuzzle: http://watsonedtech.blogspot.com/2015/04/edpuzzle.html
First ask yourself,
"What is the best use of your face-to-face classtime?" -- Jon Bergmann
Flipped Learning Toolkit:
Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams
TED Talks / TED Ed
Free PDF handout for analyzing a TED talk, Grades 6-12 (must register): https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/FreeDownload/TED-Talks-FREE-Worksheet-to-Use-With-ANY-TED-Talk-Public-Speaking-Grades-6-12-1348222
Engaging content with a hook
Save favorites and create playlists.
TED-Ed: create interactive lessons around TED and YouTube videos! (requires student TED account)