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How Do I Create a Flipped Classroom?


Getting Started

Creating Video Lectures

Are You Ready to Flip?

This article gives a basic overview of where to start when considering a flipped classroom. It also offers some recommendations for what to do with the class time that is opened up.

The Flipped Classroom

This website offers some recommendations for technological programs that can be used to help form your flipped classroom. It would be a good resource for people that are not very confident in there technological skills or are new to flipped learning.

5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Flipped My Class

This video offers valuable advice for first time classroom flippers.

Katie Gimbar’s 8th grade math class:

In this video Katie Gimbar talks about how she designs and creates the videos she uses in her flipped math classroom.

Flipping for Beginners:

This website offers suggestions for what a few days of flipped learning looks like.


Comparing 12 Free Screencasting Tools:

This website looks at multiple computer programs that can be used to help flip a classroom. It has a grid that compares the different resources on different factors and then gives a summary at the end.


The Flipped Classroom: Getting Started:

This website has an information slide resource that describes the positives and negatives of flipped learning as well as some helpful resources.

Camtasia Studio:

This program allows users to record what is on their computer screens as well as edit their videos. This is not a free service and there is a fee.

*Resources compiled by Kelli Parr, UWO Secondary Science

by Eric Brunsell last modified Mar 08, 2013 12:06 AM

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