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How to Flip a Classroom - Inside and Out

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From YouTube (Approved: Flipping Physics), produced by Flipping Physics
Interested in flipping your classes?  This video is a great place to start. I talk about basic steps to flipping a class, where to start looking online for resources and give examples of different ways to flip, including a detailed description of my traditional and flipped class schedules.

Content Times:
0:21 You are not alone! (Interact with other flipping teachers)
1:06 Use other teacher's lectures
1:29 Flipping Physics Video Montage
2:21 List of useful online resources
3:15 Where to start looking for other teacher's lectures
4:07 iPad screencasting
4:42 Computer screencasting
6:19 start small.
6:56 Prepare your students and parents
7:55 Don't increase student workload
8:47 Teach students how to study videos.
10:34 Mr.p's example traditional class schedule
12:20 Mr.p's example flipped class schedule
15:01 Mr. Margolis' Asynchronous Class
16:16 Mrs. Kirch's Internal Flip
17:43 Do in-class what was traditionally done at home.
18:12 Be Amazed!
19:04 Review

I was planning to have all the resource links in this description, however, they turned out to be too numerous, dynamic and contain file links.  So they are located on my website.

Previous Lecture:
Showing the Differences between a Traditional and a Flipped Classroom

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