@ the library
It's wednesday morning, come get treats!
This week's treats are brought to you by John Ambrose. The bagels aren't from New York, but they're fresh!
Use Storify and turn social media into a story. Collect posts, tweets, links, articles, and blogs and link them together with narrative. This is a great way to explore current events as well as cover multiple viewpoints of a single topic. Completed stories can be embedded on your classroom website with simple code, a great way to share what your students are working on!
Flipping your classroom
Flipping the Classroom: Explained
Interested in flipping your classroom? Our quick and easy video recording studio will be up and running by the end of the semester!
Want to learn more about flipping your classroom or start planning your flipped lessons? Check out these resources for more info:
- Research, Reviews, and Studies on Flipped Learning from the Flipped Learning Network
- Flipping the Classroom guide from Vanderbilt University
- Stanford Medicine Interactive Learning Initiatives video on flipped learning
- How to Flip a Class guide from the University of Texas at Austin
- eduCanon.com, a free resource that allows educators to make videos interactive by embedding quizzes, feedback, web content, and more
- The Teacher's Guide to Flipped Classrooms from Edudemic
- Turning Education Upside Down and In 'Flipped' Classrooms, a Method for Mastery from the New York Times
- Learning Playlist on Flipping from Joyce Valenza
- And finally, a collection of flipped learning infographics if you're more visual