Ana Maria Menezes, whose Life Feast blog is a must-read for any ESL/EFL/ELL teacher, has just put together an excellent list of “Tools For Flipping Your Class.”
I’m embedding it below, though I’m not sure if it will show up in an RSS Reader.
It’s a pretty exhaustive list, but she’s inviting others to add to it. All you have to do is click “ADD TO LIST.” I’m not sure if you have to go directly to the List.ly website to make those additions, or if you can do it with the embedded version in this post. Ana will be checking it regularly to avoid duplications.
I, too, have various “flipped” tools listed on two “Best” lists — The Best Posts On The “Flipped Classroom” Idea and A Potpourri Of The Best & Most Useful Video Sites. I haven’t gotten a chance yet to compare Ana’s list to mine.
Check it out!
Once again, thanks for sharing the list on your wonderful blog. And yes, anyone can add their contributions by clicking ADD TO LIST, either at list.ly or at this embedded list.
Hi Larry – Just arrived at your website via #flipclass on Twitter –
I am a HS math teacher in Maine. More specifically I have taught math classes that are focused working with ELL students, so your website is particularly interesting to me.
I have made a series of mini-lessons (in “worksheet” form) that my students love. Each worksheet is paired to video solutions on YouTube via QR codes. In particular my ELL students tend to like them because they can stop/restart etc. while they work through their answers. Check it out and let me know what you think! http://www.slackmath.com