Flipping the Classroom - INTC Stockton

Flipping the Classroom - INTC Stockton

Author: Douglas Harvey

Gain knowledge of what a flipped classroom is and how a teacher might use the approach to help students learn.

Presents the background information on flipping a classroom, provides video examples and resources to be used in creating a flipped classroom for yourself.

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Flipped Classroom Infographic


What I Wish I Knew About the Flipped Classroom

Flipped Learning Resources

The following link is the YouTube channel for the Flipped Learning Network:


A step by step guide to doing your first flipped lesson:


An Edutopia blog on the topic of why to flip:


A discussion of the Sams and Bergmann book Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day:


Ideas from Jon Bergmann (one of the people credited with coining the term "flipping the classroom) on how to flip an elementary class:


Here is Jon's full blog site:


A great blog from an English teacher on how he uses flipping to encourage reading: 






Tools for Flipping

Video creation:

http://screencast-o-matic.com - Web based

http://www.alicekeeler.com/teachertech/2013/07/05/screencasting-on-a-chromebook/ - use Google Hangouts on Air as an alternative (you just can't pause the recording)

http://camstudio.org/ - Windows only - NOT Camtasia (see below)

http://www.screenr.com/ - online tool

http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html - full suite, but not free - for the truly serious video makers

http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html- basically the free version of Camtasia, but you get what you pay for

Web based lesson creation:

http://www.sophia.org - site used to create this tutorial - you can learn everything about how to use it at http://www.sophia.org/teachers-toolbox

http://ed.ted.com/ - simple tool for using TED videos as the basis for a lesson (and a step-by-step guide for it at http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/05/a-step-by-step-tutorial-on-how-to-flip.html )

https://www.youtube.com/education - YouTube's school friendly site for finding videos

http://www.teachem.com/ - create a lesson that pairs YouTube video with questions and study tools

Apps for iPad

http://versoapp.com/#verso - an app for iPads to make a flipped lesson

http://www.educreations.com/ - whiteboard app that records voice as you draw and type

http://appsineducation.blogspot.com/2011/10/explain-everything.html - Explain Everything is similar to Educreations