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An Introduction to Flipping

An Introduction to Flipping

Author: Sheila Fisher

This tutorial was created to help you begin flipping your classroom. This is a work in progress so be sure to check back often!


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Why Flip?

So you think you want to flip your classroom?  If you are like most people then there are probably lots of questions running through your mind... questions like: Why should I do this? How much extra time will it take? How do I make a video? What will I do with my class time? What about the students that don't have internet at home? Will my students actually learn this way?  Well,  you're not alone.  We will discover the answers in our session "Don't Flip Out! - Learn How to Implement the Flipped Model of Instruction in Your Elementary Classroom."

Please watch the short video clip and complete the quiz below before attending our session on June 13th.  See you soon!


Sincerely Sheila and Pat

The Flipped Classroom Model

Source: MADDrawProductions

Introductory Goggle Document

Introductory Letters and Videos

Introductory Letters and Videos

Thanks to Crystal Kirch for compiling this list.  Make sure you check out her blog, Flipping with Kirch.

Source: Crystal Kirch, Flipping with Kirch

The 10 Best Web Tools for Flipped Classrooms

Great resource!  check it out...

The 10 Best Web Tools for Flipped Classrooms

Source: Edudemic

5 Ways to Address Student Resistance

1. Introduce Active Learning on the First Day

2. Show the evidence

3. Start small

4. Keep the outcomes achievable in the beginning

5. Assess often


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Source: Fractus Learning