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The Flipped Classroom – You’ve Started Flipping. Now What???

You’ve Started Your Flipped Classroom, Now What???

About a month ago, we posted the first of Jennifer Hlentza’s and Kristi Vilberg’s guest blog series (check out Part 1 & Part 2) regarding how to flip your classroom. Particularly, we discussed how to use tools to create videos, find a hosting site for them, and post content to … Read more

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Filipped Classroom in NYC

The Flipped Classroom – A Guest Blog Spot

Welcome back everyone! It has been an incredibly productive summer here at Teq. We launched our new studio only a few weeks ago, and we had a few additions and changes to our team.

To kick off the school year, we’re bringing in a few guest bloggers to share their view on a topic we … Read more

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3 Tips for Using an iPad as a Center in Your Classroom

What do you do when you do not have an iPad for every student in the classroom? This is a question we get a lot. One solution is to use the iPad as a single center or station in the classroom. Check out the video below and be sure to see our entire schedule of summer Read more

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How to Flip Your Classroom

5 Steps and 10 Tools for Flipping the Classroom

If you’re thinking of flipping your classroom, we’ve compiled a list of  five simple steps and ten tools to get you started. Download out newest ebook where we take an example topic (finding the perimeter of a rectangle) and walk you through the steps to create a video, share it with students, and create opportunities Read more

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TED-Ed: Flipping the Learning, Part 2

In a previous blog post, we took a look at the TED-Ed initiative where educators can find high quality videos and create customized lessons using those videos.  As an alternative to choosing from the library of videos on the site, you can choose any of your favorite videos from YouTube.  A number of educators Read more

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TED-Ed: Flipping the Learning

Many of us have viewed and shared links to TED Talks videos, where speakers teach us about a topic they are passionate or knowledgeable about. TED’s newest initiative, TED-Ed, is a service that was created “with the intention of supporting teachers and sparking the curiosity of learners around the world.” These high quality Read more

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TED-Ed and the Flipped Classroom

TED-Ed is a platform where educators can find videos, many of which are the result of collaborations between teachers and animators, to supplement and enrich their core curriculum. Teachers using Ted-Ed can select any educational video to create a customized lesson, and choose whether to share it publicly or privately, tracking its impact on their students or … Read more

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Creating a Flipped Classroom Learning Experience

What is the flipped classroom? Imagine, if you will, a learning space where homework is cleverly disguised as teacher-created videos and self-paced lessons, while classwork consists of collaboration among students, and being able to guide students one-on-one. Teachers across the country have been “flipping” their classroom instruction and transforming the role of the teacher and … Read more

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Learning Environments on the Move

By guest author Darla Moore

In education, the debate rages, “What is the best environment for the best possible education?” Many folks are traditionalist and say all learning must take place in the classroom with books and tests and such. Other educators sing the praises of online learning with chat boards, messaging and Skype. Some … Read more

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