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Design a Student-centered Flipped Lesson That Encourages Exploration and Inquiry

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If the idea of a Flipped Classroom intrigues or inspires you, come discover how to design a flipped lesson that encourages exploration and inquiry, transfers knowledge online, and extends learning with student-centered activities. Join Catlin Tucker as she shows how to organize the pieces of your lesson to engage students and ensure your flipped lessons are effective. Catlin will also explore how you can use TED Ed to wrap videos in dynamic lessons online.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, February 7, 2017 @ 4:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Differentiation & Personalization, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: creating lessons, DOL0125, flipped classroom, flipping, online lessons, TED Ed

Reviews (61)

Nice work
Full Member
Really like to try some of the ideas with my students thanks!
Great ideas
Exploration, Inquiry, and Reflection works for me. Thank you
Full Member
Very interesting and lots of good information.
Basic Member
Thesis statement throwdown!? Oh my gosh, I am totally stealing that idea!
Basic Member
Awesome webinar! So much info so excited to implement into my classroom. I will be reviewing this webinar again! Thanks so much.
Full Member
I liked the how she explained the 3 parts of creating a flip class lesson and I liked her idea of using this as a resource for concepts that need to be reviewed on a regular basis. There are several things in music performance that fall into that category! Thanks!
Full Member
This webinar was particularly helpful because of the clarity of the examples for different skills (i.e. vocabulary, writing). I also appreciated how you broke down the role of online platforms and tools, such as Google Slides, screencast, Khan Academy, Schoology, and EdPuzzle.
Basic Member
I enjoyed watching this. I think that my students would benefit from learning this way.
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