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Last Updated: Feb 4, 2014 URL: http://libguides.ccboe.com/flipthelibrary Print Guide RSS Updates
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The Flipped Classroom

 

For examples...

For examples of how to "flip your library", explore the following tabs of the 'Library @ MHMS' libguide:

Home - Destiny, Search Wisely, Online Graphic Novel, and Chime In
Library Resources
Research Basics
Black-Eyed Susan Books
Book Trailers
Book Trailers YA
Prezis
Citations/Bibliography/Works Cited
Series Books

Edmodo is a sensitive decision for some (allowing teachers/students on social networks together), but check with your school principal if they are on board. If so, all this content that is on libguides can be more easily discussed by a network of students, librarians, teachers, and of course the parents.

 

Testimonials

Pinterest Board on Flipping Your Library

  


 

Flip the Library - Slides from AASL

 

What does a Flipped Classroom for a Library Look Like?

Using tools that kids will use to deliver content.

GOAL: Create an online culture of information literacy, in school and at home
GOAL: Share digital content with students own their own time
GOAL: Engage students by allowing them to participate in the discussion

With the library, we even get to engage the students with interesting topics like books, movies, the newest technologies, sports, etc. They may be more willing to buy in than for content areas. 

BUT

We can connect the library with the content areas without the students even knowing ;)

We can use tools like:   LibGuides     and      Edmodo

http://www.ala.org/aasl/ecollab/flip-library  - Login to view the entire session on eCollab if you are an AASL member. Email sfitzgerald@ccboe.com for help.

 

Philosophy Behind the Flip

"I think we still cling to the false belief that the teacher has some innate knowledge that students can't get anywhere but from them. Beyond the textbook itself, which is generally written to inform the student, everything a student wants to know is already on the internet. The teacher must stop thinking of her/himself as the giver of knowledge." 

 

Resources

Powtoon - All the animation tools you’ll ever need to immediately begin creating your own professional-looking animated explainer videos and animated presentations. From start to finish, you’ll be guided through a surprisingly simple process, resulting in eye-catching videos that will hook your audience without fail.

Screencast-o-Matic - One-click screen capture recording on Windows or Mac computers with no install for FREE!

Edmodo - Edmodo is a "social learning platform" website for teachers, students, and parents. It is marketed as the Facebook for schools.

Best Apps for Teaching and LearningThe apps recognized as Best Apps for Teaching & Learning are of exceptional value to inquiry-based teaching and learning as embodied in the AASL's Standards for the 21st-Century Learner. The apps foster the qualities of innovation, creativity, active participation, and collaboration and are user friendly to encourage a community of learners to explore and discover.

 

Powtoon - What is it?

 

Powtoon - Series Section @ MHMS

 

Powtoon - Tablet Comparison

 

How to Create an Interactive YouTube Video

  


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