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The Tools you Need to Flip Your Classroom


The Tools you Need to Flip Your Classroom
My teaching life before I figured out how to flip my classroom was exhausting! I was giving the same demonstration all week, having to manage classroom behaviors while trying to teach, and running around answering the same questions over and over. Within just one week of starting to use screencasts, I was leaving school with energy to burn and my students were WAY more productive. I felt like I stumbled upon magic.

I recently did a tutorial for my Facebook Group, the Technology Teacher Tribe, showing the tools that I use to create and host my flipped videos. Grab a drink and snack because this video is about 45 minutes long! Take notes but remember you can watch the video as many times as needed.


Tools mentioned in the video

1. Screencast-o-matic. This is the tool I use to record screencast videos. They have a free version, but the Pro version has way more fun stuff, and is only $15 per year! You can't beat it. Here is my affiliate link to the Pro Recorder: https://screencast-o-matic.com/refer/cIjQqFV2uA.

2. Weebly. They make it so easy to create a teaching website. Everything is click and drag, so you don't need to know anything about coding, hosting, domain names, etc. If you don't have access to a learning management system like Google Classroom, One Drive, Edmodo, etc. then I think Weebly is the next best thing. The free website option really does have everything you could need if you don't mind getting a little creative. I do pay $60 per year for an education account so that I can upload HD video and a bit more storage, but there are work arounds for both of these. Here is the link to learn more about Weebly Education Accounts: https://education.weebly.com/
I teamed up with Weebly to create tutorials specifically for teachers to make a class website.

3. Examples. Check out my sample technology curriculum site to see how I use screencasts for my students. You can find it here: http://technologylessonsexample.weebly.com/.

4. Join my Facebook Group today!

The Tools you Need to Flip Your Classroom

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  4. We teach kids Robotics and Programming etc. The tool I tend to use (Camtasia) isn't listed here. I love it for screen sharing in particular. We have used it for some YouTube videos and some of the content on https://www.kinvert.com/ . Granted it isn't free, you can buy it once for I think around $200 and it's cheaper than some Adobe products. Anyway hope you find this helpful :)

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