Benefits of the Flipped Classroom Model
- Students control the pace
24/7 access to a repository of video instruction
- Less class time lost repeating instruction
- Absent students have access to missed instruction
Closed captioning and control over video speed increase accessibility
- Teachers are freed to move around the room
Shift from Expert to Facilitator
Make time for the aspects of teaching that are most rewarding!
Teacher talk is the biggest barrier to human connection in a classroom. The more time teachers spend at the front of the room transferring information, the less time they have to work directly with small groups and individual learners, supporting their progress toward firm learning goals.
Teachers can create more time and space for the human side of teaching by transferring the information they would present the same way to everyone online using video. Then they can spend their precious class time facilitating learning!
Create Effective Videos
Learn how to create high-quality videos!
Blend Online & Offline Learning
Build dynamic student-centered learning experiences around video content.
Enjoy More Time WITH Students
Enjoy more time and space to connect with learners, supporting their individual progress.
- Welcome to This Course!
- Introduction: The Flipped Classroom Model (9:59)
- The Flipped Classroom Model: How do I decide when to make a video? (3:16)
- Making Your Instructional Videos (10:21)
- The Flipped Classroom Model: How long should my videos be? (1:55)
- How-to video: How do I use the animation feature in Google Slides? (5:05)
- Blending Video into a Dynamic, Student-centered Lesson (4:53)
- Three-part Video Lesson: Pre-video Activity (4:15)
- Three-part Video Lesson: Engage Students During the Video (4:56)
- Three-part Video Lesson: Post-video Activity (2:24)
Meet Your Instructor
Dr. Catlin Tucker
Dr. Catlin Tucker is a bestselling author, international trainer, and keynote speaker. She was named Teacher of the Year in 2010 in Sonoma County, where she taught for 16 years. Catlin earned her doctorate in learning technologies from Pepperdine University. Currently, Catlin works as a blended learning coach, education consultant, and professor in the Masters of Arts in Teaching program at Pepperdine University. Catlin has written a series of bestselling books on blended learning, which include The Shift to Student-led, The Complete Guide to Blended Learning, UDL and Blended Learning, and Balance With Blended Learning. She is active on Twitter @Catlin_Tucker and Instagram @CatlinTucker and writes an internationally-ranked blog at CatlinTucker.com.
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