Not nearly as flipping complicated as anticipated!

25 Sep

It turns out that TED-Ed provides educators with the facility to flip their lessons.  I had expected this process to be complicated and time consuming.  In fact, the process was relatively straight forward and the most time consuming aspects were deciding which video to use, and then watching it often enough to be able to formulate intelligent questions for students.  If you want to check out the finished product, it is linked here.


One Response to “Not nearly as flipping complicated as anticipated!”


  1. Getting connecTED | Once uPUN a time... - September 26, 2013

    […] flipping tool.  So much so, I have created another lesson.  Unlike the flipped lesson created yesterday, which aimed to use the video as the starting point of a student-centred search for related […]


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