Flip Teaching
Flip teaching existing resources...
(This is certainly NOT an exhaustive list...if you have resources to share, let me know @ kristadawnprice@gmail.com )

TED ED  (flip any TED video, or any youtube video, by creating customized lessons for your students to accompany existing videos)  Learn how HERE.
Youtube EDU (search existing online lessons, submit your own lessons, or access thousands of educational videos in your own school network - even if youtube is blocked at your school - by signing up for “Youtube for Schools”)
Khan Academy:  Subject-specific content...and TONS of it!  (Khan on TED.com)

Flip teaching tools & information...

Flip Teaching TOOLS  (Mac, PC, Online & Hardware)
Flip Teaching TUTORIALS (FREE tools; how to make & present videos in various ways) 
Flip Teaching App:  Educreation (FREE; uses ipad or browser; includes online hosting)
Flip Teaching App:  Showme (FREE; includes online hosting and other user-created content)
Flip Teaching App:  Screenchomp (available from ipad app store or TechSmith.com)
The Flipped Class Network:  A social (Ning) Network for Teachers doing the flip (great!)
Educational Vodcasting:  a site created by Aaron Sams & Jonathan Bergmann, 2 of the first nationally recognized “flippers”
What flipping IS and what it is NOT:  an important distinction made by Jon Bergmann
Flipped-Mastery Classroom: Description of how to use flip teaching to require mastery 
“What my students think of the flipped classroom”:  an IB Physics teacher shares his student feedback
Stats on flipped instruction (impact on teachers, impact on students, etc.)

Online Video Creating & Editing:
  Jing (screenshots & screencasts - click HERE for suggestions on educational uses)
  Camtasia (making & editing videos - click HERE for suggestions on educational uses)
 Screenr (web-based screen recorder; nothing to install/download; FREE)
 GoogleDocs (a great low-tech way to create presentations to share with students)

Where to post your videos for viewing:
 Youtube (if youtube is blocked at your school, consider the following options...)
Embed videos into your website
 Create a portal for your students to watch/download/discuss lectures
 Example of a former wikispace I used for a course (not all links are active)
 Moodle or any other “blackboard” or LMS (Our school uses haiku)
 Googledocs (which also updates all public copies when you update yours)
 itunes U (my videos are all also on itunesU and can be played form any ipod or phone)
 Or consider....
 making a DVD of videos for each unit that students can watch on a DVD player or gaming device (I give a questionnaire at the beginning of the semester to determine who has internet access, high speed internet, ipods, etc. and I create unit DVD’s in advance for those students who will need them)
 pre-loading videos on an ipod, ipad, or other device that students can sign out (there are many classroom grant programs available that could assist you in getting a handful of classroom devices)

Presentations by Krista Price:
“How to flip your ideas about teaching 21st Century learners” (presented for St. Clair RESA)

Click HERE to view one of my talks, “Teaching in the Youtube Culture”
(advance the video on the left side of the screen to 28 minutes)

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Introduction to the “flipped/hybrid classroom”:  
Are you a “sage on the stage” or a “guide on the side”?

My story:
Four years ago, before I ever knew it had a “name” I began “flip teaching”...Not surprisingly, it turned my teaching world upside-down, and created space and time for more meaningful connections in the classroom. Today, the flipped classroom is an educational movement worth noting...and the benefits to student learning are many.   Watch this short 3:00 video which briefly explains “flip teaching”, and feel free to browse the resources I’ve provided to guide you in your own journey of “flipping” your ideas about teaching 21st Century learners... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flip_teachingshapeimage_3_link_0