This course will cover the creation and delivery of flipped classes using the Office Mix add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint. The course is intended for anyone who is responsible for delivering and teaching information to others and would like to learn more about creating flipped classes. It will be helpful to have an understanding of, and access to, Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 or more recent.
- [Voiceover] This course is for anyone who creates content to help other people learn. If you're someone responsible for teaching others, whether in K12, college, or corporate, flipped classes are a powerful tool for learning. Now, I've worked with a lot of educators over the years who are tentative to start creating flipped classes. They saw the benefit, but they didn't know where to start or what to do. The good news is that Office Mix makes a creation of flipped classes simple, I promise. Now, in this course, we'll be using Office Mix, which is a free add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint. In order to use Office Mix, you'll need to have access to PowerPoint 2013 or newer.
Because we'll be creating content within PowerPoint, it does help if you have a general understanding of that software. Feel free to follow along by creating your own flipped class as we add and discuss different elements. Let's get started learning how to create flipped classes using Microsoft's Office Mix.
- Downloading and accessing Office Mix
- Recording and editing presentations with Office Mix
- Adding screenshots, links, audio, video, apps, and quizzes
- Uploading and sharing mixes
- Tracking student progress through a mix