Today’s “Hot Topics Wednesday’s” episode continues our discussion of the flipped classroom that we started last week. It highlights 3 common objections to this method of teaching that I hear from teachers and trainers all the time. Watch this five minute video to learn what to do if: 1- you do not have time to develop videos; 2- you are afraid that your learners will not do their homework; 3- you believe that your synchronous classroom will be chaotic and “a waste of time” for your learners. (Click here if you do not see the video below.)
Here are some resources that youn can use to avoid creating videos on your own:
Flipped Learning – videos about flipped classrooms and their application
Khan Academy – tons of useful educational videos
FlippedHistoryVideos: - YouTube videos for history
Snag Learning – educational videos that are categorized by grade level & subject
Neo-K12 – K-12 games, lesso, videos, and quizzes for science, math, georgraphy, social studies, history, etc.
Watch.Know.Learn - free videos organized by subject area
StudyJams: – aligned with state curriculum standards, StudyJams! takes math and science problems and presents them using relevant, real-world examples students can learn for fun!
25 Best Sites for Free Education Videos: – a great collection of resources
WHAT TO DO NOW:
In the comments below please share YOUR strategies for successful flipped classrooms online!
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