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Flipping my classroom
Last Post 05 Dec 2011 08:51 PM by Melissa Parma. 0 Replies.
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Melissa ParmaUser is Offline Senior Member Senior Member Posts:914
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05 Dec 2011 08:51 PM
    So... I'm going to try to "flip my classroom" with the start of the new semester in January. I'm going to capture each lesson's direct instruction via Sketchbook Express--Camtasia on my Mac, upload in advance to YouTube, and assign students the task of watching and taking notes from the video as their "homework". Then in class we will do what I would call more hands-on stuff: activities, LTF lessons, data gathering, individual tutoring, and practice with problem-solving. My students are very interested in this plan, and I want to see if it works or not!

    Has anyone dabbled with this sort of thing? If so, I'd appreciate any advice you are willing to offer!

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