Using Screencasts to change the class dynamic<br />Flipping the Classroom<br />
What does Flipping Mean?<br />Changing the way things are approached in the classroom.<br />Recording lessons and uploading them for students to watch at night.<br />Working on problems together during the day.<br />
Background<br />First read about Carl Fisch, algebra teacher in Denver in September 2010.<br />Attended Educon Conference in Philadelphia at end of January, and took part in conversation<br />Began to watch YouTube videos and explore blogs of other educators and began a Twitter discussion.<br />
Why Flip?<br />Allows students to watch lessons multiple times, pause, and rethink.<br />Allows students to take in information at their own pace.<br />Students work together with instructor to solve problems and ask questions during the allotted class time.<br />
Examples from Algebra<br />SMMAlgebra Wiki<br />
Limitations<br />All students must have online access<br />Students must watch lessons at night, or they’re lost and confused during the day.<br />
A particular slide catching your eye?
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.