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  • Flipped teaching (or flipped classroom) is a form of blended learning which encompasses any use of technology to leverage the learning in a classroom, so a teacher can spend more time interacting with students instead of lecturing. This is most commonly being done using videos that students view outside of class.
  • It is also known as backwards classroom, reverse instruction, flipping the classroom, and reverse teaching.
  • "Flipped Instruction" scaffolds the student into the content allowing for more depth in lessons and stronger engagement.

See how Shannon (Labrecque) Simonds, Science Teacher from Clear Falls High School in Clear Creek ISD flips her class to make learning fun and engage the 21st Century Learner.



See what Allison Hunter, Math teacher at Space Center Intermediate in Clear Creek ISD does to engage her students while flipping her class.




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The Flipped Classroom is an instructional model where students watch lecture and instructional videos at home. This allows the teacher to utilize class time for student projects, collaboration, and other typical homework like activities. The flipped model allows instructors to provide more guidance to students as they actually do assigned work. Flipped instruction allows the teacher to spend less class time delivering content and spend more time guiding learning.

Recording Content - Select a recording platform and tool based on what is available at your campus. Below are a list of tools that will allow you to annotate and record on your computer screen. Software included with these devices will allow you to upload worksheets and graphics if desired or you can simply record a screen that displays your presentation. Attaching a mic or using a mic equipped laptop will allow you to record your narrated instruction.

Recording
Tool
Output
Instructions
Considerations
SMART
mvi
Document
Must have Sympodium/SMART device to use software
Interwrite Mobi
avi
Video Tutorial
Must have a Mobi device to use software
Mimio Recorder
avi
Video Tutorial
Must have Mimio device to use software
iPad Show Me App
url
Video Tutorial
Content displayed online
Livescribe Pen
url
Document
Records Audio and Writing only. Inability to upload graphics.
Lumens
various
User Guide
Computer processor can effect video quality
iPad Docari
avi
Video Tutorials
More intense and capabilities.

Sharing Content
Once you have created your instructional video, you will need upload the video so students can access it online. Below you will find several popular video hosting options and some things to consider when using them.

Video
Hosting Options
Storage
Limits
Instructions
Considerations
e4 Blackboard

Document
Requires specific file types, use Firefox
Show Me
None at this time
Video Tutorial
Public Access
Google Drive Folders
5GB
Document
Public Access
CCISD Mediacast
None at this time
Document
Request access through administration

Flip Your Classroom:Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day

By Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams
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Product Code:
FLIPPR
ISBN:
9781564843159
Published:
2012
Media Type:
Paper
Audience:
TechnologyCoordinators, curriculum specialists, policy makers, administrators, teacher educators, educators (6–12)
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Other resources for Flipping:

**http://www.scoop.it/t/screencasting-for-online-learning**

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