Matthew Moore's interactive "Digital Classroom" deserves top billing as the most comprehensive and user-friendly item. If FlipTech2020 had a keynote, this would be it. The linked presentation is filled with clickable links that lead you to mini-videos about whatever you might need. I plan to share this every time I present or speak about flipped-learning methods, because Matt blows out of the water anything else I've produced!
- Bob Furlong's detailed video about "your first flipping steps" with a terrific overview of hardware & software needs (starting around the 7:00 mark). He refreshed my memory of the reshaped Bloom's Taxonomy diagram that looks more like a diamond than a pyramid [near the end of the video] This screen alone is hugely helpful for ideas about group-space time activities & assessments:
Hani Fadel was one of the many 'new names' of FlipTech2020, and I'm glad I checked out his video presentation and joined his Tuesday afternoon session (which occurred in the late evening for him in Saudi Arabia!). He really seemed to have some fun with the multimedia element of his presentation. The screenshot on the left is from a segment where he demonstrates how to check the quality & energy of your recording voice. The right side image has a useful and simple timeline reminder of the proper order for activities. Sometimes (often?) I construct complicated sequences in my mind and on paper. This one works pretty well, though!
"Dr Uma" (Umawathy Techanamurthy) of Malaysia was another new face and voice, and she also provided some visuals and explanations in her video presentation that I hadn't heard before. The screenshots below don't really do justice to Uma's detailed explanations, and there were several apps I had never seen. In particular, I also appreciated her problem-solving approach, since I keep saying that I started to flip as a way to solve several teaching problems at once.
I missed Crystal Kirch's live session on Wednesday evening because it started at 9pm, and I just couldn't extend my FlipTech day that long. I occasionally followed the simultaneous Twitter chat, but mostly I missed it. I didn't even click her presentation link until today, and the awesomeness within made me kick myself for skipping the opportunity. Actually, this deserves its own upcoming blog post. Not least because Crystal inspired me to start serious reflective blogging in the first place!