The Instructional Tech Connection
Weekly News, Tips, & Tricks from ITF Joanna Crawford
Flipping without Freaking Out!
Like any method of lesson delivery, flipping should be used when needed rather than as an "all the time" practice. For instance, I chose to flip lessons or units that had historically low summative assessment data. Those were the lessons that students needed more practice time with me! Scores hugely increased, and the level of understanding was deeper than ever before! (Want to see that data?)
**Find ITF Availability at the bottom of this Smore!**
Resources for Flipped Videos
*Note to LISD teachers: Due to our filters, we recommend you use videos that you have saved and then uploaded into EDpuzzle rather than search for a video. These can be videos saved from somewhere else rather than teacher-created.
The Key Element: Formative Assessment
Weekly Articles of Interest
Let's work together to meet your instructional tech goals for 2016! (January 11th-15th)
- Monday, 1/11: PM flexible by appointment
- Tuesday, 1/12: Hebron HS
- Wednesday, 1/13: Hebron HS 9
- Thursday, 1/14: AM flexible by appointment/PM DJCC
- Friday, 1/15: AM flexible by appointment