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Finding resources

Now that we know what the flipped classroom is and how to restructure our class time and homework, the next question to ask is where can I find resources that my students can use prior to class? There are several ways to approach finding resources. The most common way is to use online videos. There's a variety of free things out there that we as educators can just spend our time searching, reviewing and picking a tool that's going to work for our students. YouTube, Khan Academy, BrainPop. All of these video services allow us to simply tell our students the link or video name, and trust that they can go home and access them.

All of these online video services such as Youtube and Khan Academy, allow students to simply go home, look at the video we've assigned, and watch it. If your district has access to a paid service, such as BrainPop That's another great way to keep students engaged outside of the classroom. It doesn't just have to be online videos though. Any online content, or ho...

Finding resources
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Finding resources provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Aaron Quigley as part of the Teacher Tips

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