Jose.Rivas last edited by
For the past 3 years I have been using Edpuzzle to create lessons that promote a flipped classroom environment. The site is very to use and is free.
I am curious to know what sites or software all of you have used to help flip classrooms?
John.Dupuis last edited by John.Dupuis
@Jose-Rivas I will SECOND your recommendation of EdPuzzle to flip classrooms. (I do think the name EdPuzzle maybe doesn't clearly explain what it does) You can take others videos or your own and create questions for your students within the video and assign them (easy through Google Classroom...even if you are like me and use Google Classroom only for things like quickly setting up your students/classes on sites/assignments). I prefer to make my own questions, but there are plenty of "pre-made" ones from other teachers.
Diane.Ripollone last edited by Diane.Ripollone
@Jose-Rivas I also flip the classroom and I use OneNote. There are a many tools out there depending on if your district is a Google school or Microsoft School.
Christine.Girtain last edited by
@Jose-Rivas My flipped class is atypical because it is a 3-year research class with students grades 10th-12th. The seniors and juniors model proper PPT presentation techniques and designs. Students run the oral peer feedback after presentations with seniors & juniors leading the discussion and setting the example of how to give praise and constructive criticism so sophomores know what to do when it is their turn. The upperclassmen also explain how to keep a Lab Notebook, and ayout a science posterboard. Students also peer edit research proposals and final papers.