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December 17, 2014

More Class Time With Flipped Learning


Steps to Make Blended Learning a Reality
Series by Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams, Flipped Learning Network
Flipped-Learning Toolkit
Find tips to engage students, use formative assessment, and manage your classroom in this six-part video series.

To Flip or Not to Flip?
Use these four prompts to determine if you should flip, and what you'll need to get started.

Modifying the Flipped Classroom: The "In-Class" Version
Can't do flipped because students don't have tech at home? Try this modified approach.


See You Next Year!This is the last issue of Edutopia News for the year (keep an eye out for a special edition: Best of 2014 next week). We'll resume on Wednesday, January 7. Until then, we wish you the happiest of holidays and a new year filled with peace.


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