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General Flipping Resources
I also recommend purchasing and reading the book below. It is literally only 100 pages long and is an easy read.
Jon Bergmann & Aaron Sams (2012). Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Year. (International Society for Technology in Education: Washington).
They also have this book, which I have read and highly recommend.
Jon Bergmann & Aaron Sams (2014). Flipped Learning: Gateway to Student Engagement. (International Society for Technology in Education: Washington).
Other great resources for flipped learning include the following:
- The Flipped Learning Network
- Flipped Learning Global They also have courses you can do on flipped learning. If you are just getting into this and want to learn more, than please sign up for their certificates. I just completed the Level 1 certification and found it a great introduction to flipped learning. I can’t wait to do Level 2. Level 1 can be found here.
- My Learning with Jeremy LeCornu
I encourage my students to use the Cornell Note taking method. I have created a playlist to better understand the Cornell Note Taking Method here. You can also watch the following.