A Teacher’s Practical Guide to The Flipped Classroom

Educators have a lot on their hands.

We know that preparing for classes, lecturing, and grading are just the crumbs of the real load you need to carry. Plus, all the insanity surrounding the flipped classroom model that you are suddenly expected to know inside and out.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have one, comprehensive reference guide to grasp it all?

This free guide will help you master the best practices of the flipped classroom.

So what’s in the guide?

  • To flip or not to flip? An honest overview of benefits & risks
  • Leading industry experts’ insights into the role of video in education
  • A real-life case study of a flipped classroom
  • The ultimate checklist of things to consider before flipping
  • 12 Practical EdTech tools to make your life easier
  • Time-saving tips on writing lesson plans for the flipped classroom

p.s. don’t worry, it’s easy with vzaar

Video doesn't have to be Hollywood quality to be effective for teaching. It needs to be clear and brief. Know what you want to capture and then try to do so in the shortest amount of time as possible. This also gives the learner more control over how they can access and what they access.

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Tom Kuhlmann Chief Learning Architect at Articulate

In this age of technology, video is a great asset in the advancement of education and eLearning. Video is an amazing way to teach because it can create a visual and emotional connection that the learner cannot get just by reading text on a screen or in a book. Typically, people tend to learn best through a visually engaging medium.

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Andrew Scivally Co-founder of elearningbrothers.com

With personal computing and audio/video equipment as cheap as it is, and with the growth of mobile computing still climbing, there really isn't any excuse for a teacher to not find something to use in their classroom.

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David Hopkins Consultant at the University of Warwick & author of The Really Useful #EdTechBook