These are the materials from a presentation I put together for the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCCTM) conference in October 2012, on my experiences flipping my Geometry and Advanced Functions and Modeling (AFM) classes. Feel free to download and use anything you find here.
Intro video, class website, powerpoint slides
- My 5-minute introductory video
- www.misterbledsoe.com - This is my current class website, which contains a bunch of class lecture videos, guided notes, worksheets, and more.
- Powerpoint slides
Handouts from the presentation
- A sample set of guided notes and worksheet (Geometry) that go with this lecture video.
- A sample set of guided notes and worksheet (AFM) that go with this lecture video.
- Video Lecture Planning doc
Other videos/resources of mine that I highlighted in the presentation
- A video using the TI84 graphing calculator
- An Excel screencast (created with Screencast-O-Matic, a free online screencasting tool)
- A sample GeoGebra applet
Discussion questions, blog posts, etc.
- My first blog post on flipping my classroom.
- My second blog post on flipping my classroom.
- The Flip: End of a Love Affair - one teacher's blog post on why she tried flipping her classroom, then gave it up in favor of PBL.
- What about students who don't have internet access?
- Group work is the norm in my class.
- Don't worry about being awesome.
- When it comes to videos, shorter is better.
Creating your own class lecture videos
- Some great videos from the Friday Institute, with details on how to create your own lecture videos (buying the whiteboards, creating the slides, etc.)