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Flip Your Classroom and Teach the Common Core Standards

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Would you like to flip your instruction to create a student-centered classroom and address the Common Core Standards at the same time? In this webinar, join Catlin Tucker as she explores online resources for finding media and discusses techniques for engaging students around the content both online and in class. She will share how to pair media with online discussions, debates, virtual post-it note boards, and collaborative group work to address the Common Core State Standards.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, January 25, 2014 @ 3:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Common Core, Differentiated Learning, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: CCSS, collaborative work, Common Core State Standards, debates, English, flipped classroom, math

Reviews (71)

Full Member
Learning to use the Flipped Classroom model will enable me to bring a more engaging learning experience to my students. With my younger students I may try an in-class, flipped classroom model to provide a personalized, engaging learning experience for every student whatever their learning style, pace, or ability.
Thank You!
Full Member
I love the idea of allowing students to engage in collaboration while they work at their own pace to manage the tasks in a flipped classroom. Lower level students can use this for the basics of identifying main ideas and analyzing the stories they read. It keeps them focused on the common core. An awesome presenter.
Full Member
Some great ideas to assist me in flipping my classroom with resources I can access..
Full Member
Very informative and helpful. Presented well.
This webinar had great ideas. Perfect for upper grade levels, 6-12.
Full Member
This information was very helpful!!!
Full Member
Great information. Thanks. I love the station idea and might apply it to start a flipped classroom with a group of students without internet access.
Full Member
I will utilize these ideas in my classroom frequently this upcoming school year.
Full Member
Good resources. Not sure about online reading at home for 3rd graders who are ESL though.
Full Member
So much information.
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