First, let me make it clear that I work for the Flipped Learning NetworkÂ (as Community Administrator), so yes, I am a unabashedly biased fan and advocate of their work.
One of the many inspiring educators on the FLN Board is Matthew T. Moore. Matthew has been very busy these last few years, being a key player in putting together the ILFABN (Illinois Flipped and Blended Learning) conferences, writing his book,Â DIBs: Using Digital Instruction Blocks, and creating lots of excellent PD resources for teachers that he has published on the FLN website and elsewhere. Matt has also recorded quite a few of the AsktheFLN Podcasts and recently, he launched the Teacher's Lounge podcast. Wow is this guy busy!
Matthew is a mathematics teacher with over seventeen years of experience at the high school level and has also served as an adjunct instructor at the local community college for the since 2004. He can be followed atÂ @matthew_t_mooreÂ and maintains a web site atÂ matthewtmoore.wordpress.com.
Check out these wonderful resources that Matt has published. I believe there is something for everyone here, whether you are experience with blended learning or not. Most of these entries are “chunked” – kept short and focused, to make consuming them easier (a common technique with flipped learning as well).
The F-L-I-P Training Series
Rather than list each of the posts in this particular series, I am going to let this excellent, interactive PDF that Matt created do this for me. CLICK THE IMAGE to open this niceÂ interactive PDF, which will allow you to access any of the training videos by clicking on the applicable element you want check out!
The Digital Instruction Blocks series
- Flip, Organize & Communicate Curriculum With DIBs
- DIBs In Math & Science
- DIBS for ELA, Social Science, and the Elementary Classroom
- Letâ€™s Get Digital: A Social Science DIB Tutorial
- Mapping Out Learning: A Tutorial For Using DIBs & Learning Maps
- DIBs Finale: Stitching It All Together
The Flipped Learning Myths Series
- Myth #1: The Paradox of Effort
- Myth #2: Flipping is Easy
- Myth #3: Instruction ONLY at Home
- Myth #4: Homework ONLY in School
- Myth #5:Â No Tech Needed (a.k.a. Mickey Mouse & Flipped Learning)
- Myth #5 Revisited: “No Tech is Needed for Flip”
- Myth #6:Â â€œFlipped Learning Results in Overuse of Technologyâ€
- Myth #7:Â Flipped Learning is â€œBetter for ALL Studentsâ€
- Myth #7 Part 2:Â Flipped Learning is Best for ALL Students
- Myth #8: â€œI understand what flipped learning isâ€
- Myth #9:Â â€œI know what flipped learning isâ€¦â€ â€“ Accepting Variety & Valuing Others
The new Flipping from Scratch Series
- Episode 1: Getting Started
- Episode 2: Book/Board vs. Flipped
- Episode 3: Getting Organized
- Episode 4: Adding Interaction
- Episode 5: More Organization and Interaction
- Episode 6: The Flipped Classroom and Flip 101
- Episode 7: The Spectrum of Flipped Definitions
- Episode 8: Back to our Classroom
- Episode 9: Other Flippin' Class1es
- Episode 10: Other Tools – Other Content
- Episode 11: Learning Maps and Conclusion
I talked to Matthew the other day and I know he has a new series of tutorials planned building off of the Flipping From Scratch series, so if you're interested, this is a good time to pop over to the FLN site and subscribe to posts, so those and all the other great content your colleagues share will arrive in your In Box automatically!
Thank you so much to Matthew for his hard work, dedication, and desire to help his fellow educators learn and explore! It is educators like Matt that keep me motivated and eager to share resources like these.
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