The flipped classroom offers teachers the opportunity to create lasting resources that can be accessed by students at any time. In a post shared by Amanda Kavanagh (@alanoce), there are suggestions for how educators should expect to get the best results from a flipped classroom tool: “when showcasing these apps and tools for the flipped classroom, it is also important to think about them in the context of how students can use them as well. Having students create tutorials is a great way to have them showcase their knowledge and encourage critical thinking skills.”
A critical piece of lesson plan success is the evaluation, the area Flipgrid was highlighted as a tool that easily allows partially because, “responses are easily to review and students can view and comment on their classmates work.”
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