My podcast debut
Yesterday I had the chance to talk with Daniel Rezac, host of the EdReach Podcast about flipped classrooms and Khan Academy.
The conversation was a lot of fun, and if you want to hear it, here’s the link:
EdReach Special: The Flipped Classroom for Newbies.
I’m not sure the podcast really talks gives a lot of information for a new teacher to get started with flipped classrooms. If this is the type of advice you’re looking for, Phil and brokenairplane.com (another great physics blog), tweeted out this link today:
Also, here are links to some of the things that were mentioned in the podcast.
- The Flipped Classroom Webinar hosted by Scott McLeod You can listen to the entire recording by following this link.
- Frank Noschese’s Khan Academy is an indictment of education
- Mark Hammond’s Using videos to help learners
- My thoughts on whether students could learn more if Khan made mistakes
- My comparison of Sal Khan’s and Vi Hart’s Videos on Multiplication<
- A nice summary of Derek Muller’s research on the effectiveness of science teaching videos by Frank Noschese.
- Vi Hart’s website (a must visit)