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Author: Aaron Mullally
Objective:
  1. Learn how to create an effective Flipped Classroom lesson using technology. This tutorial demonstrates many different types of technology useful in creating your lessons. Our goals are to create media for a flipped lesson, identify what technological resources are available to students, and upload a media lecture to a tutorial on Sophia.org.

  2. Identify what technologic resources are available to the students

  3. Create a media lecture and upload it into the Sophia.org tutorial

  4. Emphasize the importance of including notes, worksheets, .PDF files etc. to supplement the lesson media

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ALMOST DONE!

You've reached the fourth and final tutorial in Sophia's free professional development, Flipped Classroom Certificate! You’ll want to finish this lesson and complete the quiz at the right of the page. Once you receive the "green check", you have all the information you need to start preparing a lesson for your class as a demonstration of mastery.

Here are the steps to receive your certification:

  1. Determine what lesson you would like to use as an online tutorial. What is a tutorial exactly?
  2. Create the tutorial you’ll use with your students, colleagues or anyone you think would like to learn what you have to teach. For more information about tutorials and what you can include, check out our playlist, All About Content.
  3. Submit the link on the Flipped Classroom Certificate page in Section 3, Demonstrate Mastery. This will send your work to the submission team at Sophia Learning where they can review and approve your work.
  4. Wait for a return email (it won't be long now) asking for your contact information so we can send you verification.
  5. Don’t forget to check out our full Teacher Help Page and see all the amazing things you can do to engage your class.

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We sincerely hope you’ve enjoyed this free program. Feel free to leave comments or questions in our Teacher Forum. Lastly, don't forget to share the fun with your friends and colleagues - the more the merrier!

Now get busy and let the creating begin!

- The Sophia Team

Technology for Creating Media

This video discusses technology resources to use for creating your lecture media and the importance of injecting yourself into your lesson.

Source: Aaron Mullally

Technology Tool-Kit

Here are some technology resources that you can use to create lecture media.

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Technology Resources

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Congratulations

Congratulations, you are almost there! By this point you have thought about how flipping the classroom will create a paradigm shift in your teaching practice; you've learning about backward design and how to plan a flipped lesson; you've learned about the importance of quality mapped learning objectives; you've learned about tying your assessment to your objectives and were given different ideas for in-class assessments; and now you have learned how to use technology to create lecture media and how to put it into your Sophia.org tutorial. Now all you have to do is take the final quiz and deliver your lesson to your class. Please take some time after your lesson to reflect on how it went and what adjustments you think you need to make to your lesson, good or bad. Also, let Sophia.org know how your lesson went, they'd love to hear about your success and how this certificate program helped changed your approach toward teaching. Take care and good luck with your lesson delivery!

Source: Aaron Mullally

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