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Reflection on Flipped Classrooms

Flipped classrooms have some avid followers who really seem to latch onto the idea of having students look at film of instruction at home and then use more time in class to do small group work, individual help and critical whole-group questions.  926 more words


Your Guide to Flipped Classrooms

Many schools are switching to flipped classrooms as an alternative to the traditional teaching methods we grew up with.  In a flipped environment, students listen to lectures at home, then work through assignments with their teacher in person the next day – they do their learning at home, and their homework at school.   171 more words

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Edtech Function Review: Glean, The Video Lesson Library that Tracks Viewership. Great for Flipped Classrooms!

Subjects: Math & Science
Subject Topics: Algebra, Geometry, Biology, Chemistry
What this Resource Includes: Video Lesson Library, Teacher Dashboard
Grade Level: 6-12
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Chrome that PC

In this short tutorial I explain how to use your PC computer to fit in perfectly for your iPad or Google Apps for Education classroom.

Ryan Read

Flipped Classroom Edtech Resources. A Collection of Video Lesson Customization Tools.

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Flipping Classrooms is an increasingly popular teaching practice that involves teachers providing students with a video lesson to watch at home, then going over the learning material through an activity the next day in the classroom. 655 more words

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Are you ready to start a reading revolution?

Blogger and Advanced Placement Literature teacher Brian Sztabnik got my attention with a blog post that included: reading revolution, and blogs. Like, who wouldn’t be interested in two of my favorite things? 140 more words

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