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If you take a look at this article that talks about the flipped classroom and how to use the iPad to make this happen, you can scroll down to see specifically how it talks about if you can or should use content created by others. At first I was on the fence about this, I feel like what happens in my classroom should be greatly impacted and influenced by me, the teacher. Then I started to think about each lesson I use and that depending on how specific the lesson is, using other already created content would not only save time, but it might be nice for my students to see content created by someone other than me. If you feel the same you should give this article a read!

http://www.flippedclassroomworkshop.com/flipping-the-ipad-classroom-creating-finding-content/

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These articles and videos are at least a step towards a better way of managing and coping with students in all different places in one class

http://www.flipped-history.com/2013/11/managing-mastery-daily-goal-setting.html




http://www.flipped-history.com/2013/11/managing-mastery-swiping-in.html

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http://www.spencerauthor.com/2015/09/what-is-content-curation-why-does-it.html/

I like the quote this author says about a curator....."“one responsible for the care of souls.” As teachers, this is what we do. We help students grow in wisdom. We’re curators.

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This short video shows how to install and use Screencastify. #EDU901

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https://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/eli7081.pdf

Found this article about flipped learning. Thought it would be great to present to new teachers thinking about doing the flipped classroom.

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Four tips for creating student accountability in the Flipped Classroom

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