What is Flipped Learning: A Definition, Pillars and Indicators from the Flipped Learning Network (FLN).
The Flipped Classroom: Pro and Con
What it is, What it isn’t, Why it works, Why it doesn’t, Why it’s nothing new, Why it matters.
Microflipping: a Modest Twist on the ‘Flipped’ Classroom
Five-Minute Film Festival: Flipped Classrooms
A Playlist of a dozen videos about Flipped Learning.
TedEd Let’s you create lessons worth sharing based on TedEd or YouTube videos.
We also provide access to a wide range of online videos on all subjects across the curriculum, below is a tiny samplier from our Films on Demand library. For access to all video collections see the Video on Demand page.
Using MyBrainshark you can create online presentations based on PowerPoint slides with added narration, multimedia and interactive features. The FREE version includes unlimited storage and viewing, includes the ability to add narration, basic polling and slides play/selection and has easy to use slide by slide editing tools. It is cross platform, so works on a PC and a Mac and there is a free App to play presentations on an iPad called SlideShark. You can sign up athttp://www.brainshark.com/mybrainshark and Online Training videos are at http://www.brainshark.com/help-and-training/self-paced-learning/mybrainshark-free.aspx
An alternative to PowerPoint is Screen Casting software which allows you to create tutorials with audio narration that capture all the activity on the screen. This is ideal for demonstrating how to use a particular feature or tool in a software package. Screencast-o-Maticis a free online software that includes online creation, storage and streaming.
For a detailed breakdown of how to prepare a Screen Cast see JISC Media’s Screencasting Workflow
See also A Free Guide to Making Video on the Web and 12-ways-to-create-videos-without-camera from Technology for Teachers an EduBlog award winning blog.