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Hi Guys, For any of you wanting to give the Flipped Classroom a go but were unsure of how to make a video - we made a tutorial on how to use screencast-o-matic (no affiliation - if there was the video would be smoother).
It's super easy and only requires a laptop. Check it out and let us know if you have any questions.
https://youtu.be/1ncwU2bSRqk

Thanks,
Pete

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Hi, this is a video we made to get some of our peers on board to attend a PD we were running to get some of our colleagues along. We're running an action research project and kind of got sick of being the lone weird Flipped Classroom Dudes. Anyone out there, find a buddy to work with (and complain to). Too many nay sayers looking for something to pick apart at times.
We've been chugging along for three years now and if we can help anyone in anyway at all let us know.
Pete 



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Learning management systems can help teachers and students get and stay organized…along with flipping the classroom.

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Hi all, I found Twiducate the other day. Has anyone else used it before. Looks like it is along the lines of Twitter but you can make it private to your class. The students don't need to enter an email or sign up as such and you give them a code to enter for the class network. Might be worth checking out for class discussion, resource sharing etc. If anyone has used it or tries it out with their class let us know what you think.

http://www.twiducate.com/

I'd love to know what stages you are using a flipped classroom for? I'm a primary school teacher - casual at the moment. But I do love this idea. I can see it being useful for upper primary. But I'd love to know what stages people have had success with. 

I LOVE the lesson on your website about modality in persuasive writing- any chance you're willing to share it- please? :)

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How do you implement flipped learning with students who do not want to or cannot do the work at home?

Post your thoughts to our forum at:
http://theflippingteachers.weebly.com/forum.html#/20150426/implementation-4730504/

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Here is an example of a pre class activity for the Library I found. It uses Google Forms and looks like a really quick, simple and easy way of doing things.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1foY16JgUE6dBnpBVqFusAyB79729_Bg0hv5WFj5FuTg/viewform

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Here is a great poster that summarises neatly the concept of flipped learning and its usefulness in our classrooms.

Share your Flipped Learning Reflection on completing the 'Let's Get You Started' activities here. Please remember that this only needs to be brief and shouldn't be an arduous task :)
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