Check out this Flipped Lesson Planning Template with a sample flipped lesson to see one way of structuring your flipped classroom.
What Technology Do I Need to Flip the Classroom?
To create your videos
A favorite among flippers is screencast-o-matic.com because it is free, easy, and doesn't require any downloads. All you need is a microphone and you are ready to start. For a quick demo of screencast-o-matic, click here.
For a library of help videos for using screencast-o-matic, click here.
While screencast-o-matic is suitable for most instructors' needs, there are plenty of other applications out there that can help facilitate the flipped classroom. Here are just a few:Knowmia allows you to house your videos and online assessments in one place. You can design online materials in mini-lessons, with brief videos immediately followed by a quiz or other check for learning.
ExplainEverything is a tablet app that allows you to record voice overs on an interactive whiteboard. The video to the right demonstrates some of its functionality
To share your videos
One of the easiest ways to get your videos out to students is by creating your own YouTube channel and uploading your videos to it. That way, all you have to do is share the link with students and they can access what they need on almost any device.
Furthermore, if you are using screencast-o-matic, you have the option of directly uploading your newly created screencasts to YouTube.
The videos below demonstrate how to register a new YouTube account and create a YouTube channel.
How Can I Learn More?
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