Hi Harold Lounge,
I posted this to my personal blog earlier in the week and thought it might be fun to share.
Let me know what you think!
The Flipped Classroom: an experiment.
In addition to the sources mentioned in the post, I’ve also been reading “Flip your Classroom”, which has some very good suggestions.
3 thoughts on “The Flipped Classroom: an experiment”
Thanks for sharing these ideas, Carrie! The entire project sounds a bit daunting, but you have inspired me to consider ways in which I might make my quizzes more engaging and varied. If I could have students consistently express their experience doing assignments as “It feels more like learning,” I would be thrilled. Video explanations about assignments also sound like they’d be pretty worthwhile. I can always use more class time, and I’d love to repeat myself less. Good food for thought.
This sounds awesome.
I have been interested in the flipped classroom for a couple of years, and now that LIS 101 is going to happen, I might get the chance to try it. I wonder about the technical aspects of what you are doing. I could see myself creating youtube videos for students to watch at home, but that would require some skills that I am only moderately decent at. Considering that everything we do has to be branded in accordance with district mandates, I would worry about being called out for not following official guidelines. Do you have any suggestions regarding branding or technology use?