Find Your Flipped Learning Workflow

Another perspective on how to decide what to put in your digital toolbox. Workflow is important in determining the devices and software that are really important to you. Thanks to Joel Speranza.

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“Flipped Learning is NOT about making videos…” I hear this so often when flipped learning gets discussed. I myself even gave a talk at Flipcon last year with this exact title.

But the truth is, it kind of IS about the videos.

I understand the sentiment. Everyone who flips knows that the real benefit to flipped learning is what happens in your classroom. It’s the extra time you have for collaboration, for 1:1 chats with students, for feedback. It’s the face to face time that really matters!

But what you can’t get around is that when it comes to flipped learning, the new part, the hard part, is making the videos.

The video making bit is the barrier to entry. There are just so many unknowns around it.

  • How do I make the video?
  • Won’t I look stupid on camera?
  • What software do I use?
  • Do I need a video…

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About cmcaton

I am a Secondary Teacher and Head of Department Mathematics in Education Queensland. I am passionate about the development of pedagogy that engages the 21st century student and love to explore their implementation in the classroom. Disclaimer: The thoughts on this page are my own and do not necessarily represent those of my employer.
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