Friday, August 3, 2012

My resources from #CUEfliptour - California Flipped Learning Tour!

Had an amazing time the last two days being a presenter at the CUE Flipped Learning Tour, in conjuction with the Flipped Learning Network (  We presented in San Jose on Thursday and in Orange County on Friday.  See some tweets from the two days at #cuefliptour.

It is amazing to be surrounded by such passionate, "rock star" educators who share my philosophy/mindset of education and are so willing to learn, grow, and share.
Me, Will Kimbley, Jon Bergmann, Lisa Highfill, and Danny Silva at OCDE for #cuefliptour day 2.

I presented two break-out sessions each day, one on technology and the other on how I actually flip in my classroom.  You can see the presentations below.  We also did an "edcamp" style session where I presented on Camtasia for Thursday and iPad whiteboarding apps for Friday.

"Tech in the Flipped Classroom"
I learned about several other tech tools throughout the last two days, so at some point (before I present this again), I will update it.

Noteworthy new additions would be:
1. Annotation tools - Wacom Bamboo tablet, Jarnal, OmniDazzle
2. iPad whiteboarding apps - Doceri (free on the iPad)
3. Cool Tools - Apple TV to project iPad onto screen (needs wifi)

Links for tech:

See sample videos here:
Math Analysis (Pre-Cal) -
Algebra 1 -
YouTube Channel -
Tech Websites, Tutorials, and Info
Techsmith products (Camtasia, Snagit, Jing)
Screenr  (Demo/Tutorial) 
IPad apps: Educreations, ShowMe, ScreenChomp (tutorial), ExplainEverything
Many more tech tools and tutorials on Ramsey Musallam's site, Cycles of Learning.


Take a look inside my flipped classroom - what my flipped classroom philosophy is based on (Focus) and how I have gone about incorporating the philosophy into what I do (Basics).

Direct links to embedded videos and documents from presentation

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