What is Flip Teaching?

Flip teaching is a form of blended learning in which students learn new content online by watching video lectures, usually at home. What used to be homework (assigned problems) is now done in class with teachers offering more personalized guidance and interaction with students, instead of lecturing.

Getting Started

Flip Learning - Flipped teaching and learning resources



Creating your own videos

(also see MAKING MOVIES/VIDEOS on the Project Format Ideas page)
  • TouchCast creates an interactive presentation that mixes video with web content. Available as an iOS app or as a download for a desktop, it lets you record a video and overlay elements such as web pages, maps, photos, Twitter streams, polls, quizzes and more. Users watching the video can click on these multimedia elements and interact with them while the video continues to play.


Other Sources for Videos

See:
Videos Online- FREE
or
YouTube- Best Bets


Screen Casting

  • CamStudio is a screen capture software that also allows you to record audio and turn the results into AVI files. It is good for capturing steps to use a program, capture video tutorials on research activities or demonstrating how to use online databases or catalogs.
  • ScreenCast-O-Matic - One-click screen capture recording on Windows or Mac computers with no install for FREE!


Tools

Here are some tools that can be used to alter and annotate videos in order to make them more useful.
  • EdPuzzle - Crop a video, Add your voice, Embed quizzes, Find a video or Upload your own.
  • MoocNote is a free tool for adding time stamped comments, questions, and links to videos. Paste a YouTube video link into the MoocNote editor. Once the video is imported you can add comments, questions, and links. The link feature is particularly useful for providing additional resources for topics covered in your videos. MoocNote allows you to organize playlists (or courses) of videos according to topics that you identify.
  • PlayPosit (formerly EduCanon) is an online learning environment to create and share interactive video lessons. Teachers begin with any online video (screencasts, Khan Academy, TED, etc.) and transform what is traditionally passive content into an active experience for students, with time-embedded activities.
  • Vialogues external image external.gifDo more than watch a video: discuss, question, and comment. Vialogues puts the “think and do” into video watching. Vialogues allows you to post a video and then invite participants to answer questions, discuss or just comment.
  • VideoAnt - from the University of Minnesota - add annotations, or comments, to web-hosted videos. Export your annotations in a variety of data formats. You can even embed your Ants on a personal website or learning management system,

  • VideoNotes This is worth checking out! Allows students and teachers to view videos from YouTube, Khan Academy, any video with a URL and take notes as they watch. The notes are automatically synchronized with a position in the film, allowing you to jump back to that film position later. The video/notes file automatically saves to Google Drive and can then be shared for viewing or collaborative note taking. Can also be exported to Evernote. Can be used for flipped classroom video assignments, having students take notes as they watch, and share the notes with the instructor to demonstrate completion of the assigned material. (AASL 2014 Best Websites for Teaching and Learning)
  • YOUTUBE - With EmbedPlus, teachers can skip scenes, delivering only what they want students to see. Titles, scene labels and captions can be added. EmbedPlus has a slow motion feature. There is a movable zoom feature that allows teachers or students to magnify portions of videos. Easily set the height and width of any YouTube video. No registration is required with EmbedPlus; simply click Get Started, add your YouTube URL and use the EmbedPlus toolbar to edit your video.