Many educators believe flipping their classroom is a beneficial practice. Providing content for students to consume outside of class allows students to practice concepts and apply what they have learned inside of class under the direction of their educator. This course will teach you how you can use PowerPoint Recorder to flip your instruction and improve student outcomes.
- Understand the principles of flipped learning and how to implement them into your classroom
- Learn how to use PowerPoint Recorder to create flipped lessons
- Build a flipped lesson to use with your students
How do your students learn best? Do you employ the same methods when you are learning something new? You are here because something has inspired you to learn more about flipping classrooms. If you are actually going to retain this knowledge and begin to embed changes in your current educational practice, you will need some space to take notes, reflect, copy links and keep track of any inspirational ideas.
Right now, before you begin the content for this course, go to Word Online or create a notebook in OneNote for your own learning. Of course if you have already done this, you will just need to add a section or a page for this course. At the end of this course, you will be developing a lesson within this journal to post on the Microsoft Educator Community.