This resource from the folks at TED lets you flip any YouTube video, add custom content, and deliver it in a private setting. How cool is that?
Have you heard about ed.ted.com? This is one of my favorite tools to recommend to teachers learning about flipped instruction. It’s always a hit in the online flipped classroom workshops we run. Here’s why: it’s easy, it’s free, and it delivers very useful functionality for the flipped classroom.
How ed.ted.com works
Here’s the deal: you sign up for an account, then you create a flipped lesson by identifying any YouTube video and creating corresponding content … a quiz, related materials for a “deeper dive”, discussion forums. Then you share this with your students. The result is private, uncluttered, and customized for your classroom. Simple. Free. Effective. Creating custom flipped content from expert videos (or your own) doesn’t get much easier than that.
Give ed.ted.com a try today!