Getting Ready to Flip
– At the end of the session participants will be able to identify elements of a flipped classroom
– Participants will be able to identify a range of tools which will enable you to prepare presentations in order to flip your classroom
– Participants will look at ways to share videos/apps and other information
– At the end of the Professional Development session participants will be aware of obstacles they may face – where/how to post videos etc, not all schools have the same LMS, some are even lacking this, what are the alternatives?
Participants will discuss Youtube and alternatives such as teachertube.com, creating their own websites, or copying onto CD/USB for sharing.
What is a Flipped Classroom?
alternatively click this link: What do you know about the Flipped Classroom?
What Tools do you know about which can assist in creating products/videos/tools for your students?
How to Create Your Learning Tools?
Check out this video, which could be used as a starting point for machine awareness
Apps: Adobe Voice, Explain Everything, Adobe Premiere Clip, Pic Collage, Strip Designer
Software: Jing, Captivate, CamStudio, Presenter, Photoshop Elements, Premiere Elements, iMovie, MovieMaker
Jing Screen cast software
Zaption Turn online videos into interactive learning experiences that engage students and deepen understanding.
Adobe Slate: Animation How To
How to share the videos
Do you have a learning Management System (LMS) at your school?
What is it called?
Can you add files including video?
Can you add links to external websites?
Some other options include:
End of session feedback: I am constantly trying to improve my presentations and would love if you could take some time to give me some feedback: FEEDBACK Getting Ready To Flip Digicon15