Write you own virtual textbooks (or chapters or modules...) for flipped courses. Use it in your own school/university. Let others use it.
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Latest Activity: Nov 13
This group is for talking about creating DIY books for flipped courses. I'm imagining online books, but they might be paper, too.
Most flippy talk is about video, not the usual Web text/image combination. Both are useful. Video is engaging, but harder to edit and search. A book that combines both may be better than one that is pure video or pure text/image.
I've been working on flippy textbook tools for several years. There's a brief story here.
Anyone got experiences to share? Tools you've used? Wishlists for tools (e. g., "I would like a tool that...")?
Anyone with a hankerin' to write their own books, for their own special circumstances?
Adobe Learning Series – Education brings to youTen questions you should ask before you flip your classroom – Sept 19Jonathan Bergmann (Advisory board TED Education)Learn from the pioneer of Flipped…Continue
Started by Davis Brown Sep 12.
I'm experimenting with creating digital textbooks (ePubs) that can be read on an iPad and used in a flipped classroom. I recently stumbled up Wes Fryer's…Continue
Started by Dan Spencer. Last reply by Helen Lazzaro Aug 21, 2012.
Flipped courses are da bomb. But can textbooks help in flipped courses? Yes, if the books are written the right way. Check out a new article on the subject:…Continue
Started by Kieran Mathieson Apr 21, 2012.