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In order to successfully transition to a flipped classroom, teachers need to embrace their new role of teaching in non-traditional learning environment.
Warren High School is in its first year of a flipped classroom pilot program. Teachers use HP EliteBook 2760 tablet PC’s and Screen-O-Matic software to record lectures. The school also provides teachers with microphones and headsets to ensure the audio quality of the videos. The videos are hosted on YouTube, but the school is exploring how to host the videos internally and address bandwidth concerns. Warren High School’s technology director explains the theory behind flipping the classroom and offers tips and best practices for bringing the flipped classroom to your school.
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If you’re thinking about flipping the classroom, here are the most important things you need to know.
See the tech Tampa Preps uses for it’s flipped classrooms. A/V technology helps facilitate collaboration, which is especially important in schools that employ the flipped learning approach. Class time is spent working together and sharing ideas while traditional “classwork” is completed independently at home.