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Flip Any Video on YouTube with TED-Ed

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Have you ever seen a YouTube video and thought, "I'd love to use that, but I don't have time"? In this webinar, join Catlin Tucker as she shows how you can use TED-Ed to flip any video on YouTube and build a dynamic lesson around that video. In addition to supplying tips and suggestions for using TED-Ed, she will also explore the growing collection of free videos and lessons available on the TED-Ed site.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, June 30, 2015 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Differentiated Learning, Digital Media, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: Blended, Flipped classroom, TED-Ed, videos, YouTube

Reviews (20)

Full Member
Great explanations and examples of how to actually flip a video. I will definitely try this in my 7th grade history class for starters.
Full Member
Thanks. Great information.
Basic Member
I loved the resource of the ted-ed but the sound quality on this webinar was not great in the beginning. There were a couple of times when the presenter had feedback from the microphone and her voice faded out at the same time.
Full Member
This was just what I was looking for! I can't wait to try this out!
Full Member
I can't wait to explore Ted-Ed for lessons.
Full Member
Great information. I will be exploring Ted-Ed to find lessons I can use in my classroom.
Full Member
Good information! I need to research some of the things youíve referenced and come back to this webinar. Looks like fun!
Full Member
Awesome resource and useful information!
Full Member
I really enjoyed the presentation. Ted-Ed allows students to be creative, less passive learners. I would like more information on how to share the presentation with students once you are finished and have edited.
Full Member
Thanks for the info about TED-Ed and comments about discussion sites. Much appreciation as I will share leads to your presentation.
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