Support information for the eLearning Summit 2011 presentation, Sophia In Action, given on July 28th, 2011, Northwestern College, St. Paul, MN, USA by Peter K. Johnson
Here is a summary of this learning packet:
A copy of the presentation used at the eSummit 2011.
Here are some links that will help you quickly start using Sophia:
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Source: http://Sophia.org (Search for: Sophia packets)
Peer into Aaron Sams' classroom as he explains why he flipped his classroom. Aaron Sams, along with Jonathan Bergmann were the first to flip their classes. The currently teach in Woodland Park Colorado and are writing a book about the Flipped Class.
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David Truss talks about practical considerations of a flipped classroom in his blog, A PairADimes. The comments are worth reading as well.
Screencast-O-Matic is the original online screen recorder for one-click recording from your browser on Windows, Mac, or Linux with no install for FREE!
A demo showing how to add Screen-O-Matic videos to Sophia
Have lots and facts and figures for your students to learn?
StudyBlue is an excellent (free) tool for creating flash cards that can be used in learning packets.
They have a free app that allows students to study their flash card packs using their mobile phones.
The sign-up is cumbersome, requiring a school, instructor, and course name, but once setup the tool is well worth the effort.
This is a excellent companion to Sophia. Use StudyBlue for Bloom's first level of learning - Knowledge (memorize, list, name, recognize, locate, label). Then use Sophia for the higher levels of learning: Application, Knowledge, Synthesis.
Source: http://Diigo.com - From the "Diigo for Instructors" group listings.