"Definitely put yourself in the corner. You must make a connection and just your voice is boring, students like to see that you are interested in what you are talking about, even move around, smile, laugh at your own lame jokes, be human,…"
"Admittedly I also didn't know what an interactive notebook was until Sarah posted this. So I had a look at some interactive notebooks and they looked cool when done well admittedly they only showed good ones, I have similarly used a journal in…"
Just checked out your blog, fantastic. Read that you were a bit concerned about posting to youtube. I have put all my videos on a youtube channel and it works really well. Mainly only my students view them (as seen by the number of views) as a…"
"Hi Rossleigh welcome to the world of flipping. I'm not in Melbourne or even Victoria but near enough down here in Tassie. I have flipped two classes this year, year 12 Physics and year 11 Physical Science (physics and…"
"Sounds fantastic and welcome aboard. I have found The Flipped Classroom Network a great resource for answering lots of technical and teaching questions. Just yesterday I gave a group of 15 IT-innovative teachers a 2 hour session on flipping and…"
"I'm new to the flipped classroom concept, and amabout to start some flipping in some of my classes. I teach Media Arts and Technology (Wood and Metal) in a public Secondary School (7-12) in Canberra. I'm quite familar with podcasting, and…"
"Had a good look at your website and was very impressed, a really useful resource for those new to flipping and those who want to learn more. I'm giving a workshop next week to some innovative teachers on flipping and will definitely point them…"
"Hi, have been flipping since the beginning of the year. First with my small Physics class but now with my much larger Physical Science (Physics + chemistry) class. Has been fantastic. I feel the students are getting much more out of this than when I…"
"Whatever you use there is usually a way of showing your mouse. If you use screencastomatic you can tick a box to have the mouse highlighted when it moves and to highlight clicks as well. These are options that you chose after making the screencast…"
Do your students have their own laptops/netbooks? If so I would recommend using OneNote (if you are in a PC environment that is) and have a shared OneNote with all your digital work in. I still use Youtube as a backup, but most students use the…"
" That's great support, well done.
For me in my school: $12 for screencast-o-matic PRO (unlimited screencasting and simple to use editing abilities), $200 for good graphics tablet (assuming you have a PC or laptop), $100 for HD USB webcam (…"
"Great stuff, very similar experiences and reflections to my own. Certainly making the videos becomes easier and the students do like having their own teacher in the video, not to say you can not supplement with others."
Hi, have been flipping since the beginning of the year. First with my small Physics class but now with my much larger Physical Science (Physics + chemistry) class. Has been fantastic. I feel the students are getting much more out of this than when I used to just stand in front of them and talked.