Sunday, February 16, 2014
Planning Flipped Video Lessons
Planning the Video Lessons
Key points to address while planning and organizing of your videos.
Introduction - Introduce the puropose of the video. Identify the concept and create a connection to previous knowledge if necessary.
Objectives - Identify 1 or 2 objectives or standards that will be addressed in the video. Whenever possible list Common Core or State Standards or Next Generation Science Standards met by the concepts in the video.
Overview - Provide a brief explanation of the concept that will be modeled in the lesson. Include new vocabulary, skills necessary and other related materials.
Examples - Model concept providing as many examples as possible. Keep in mind lesson link. If necessary make more than one video to provide additional examples and solutions.
Self Assess – Provide opportunities troughout the lesson for students to check their understanding. Encourage students to pause the lesson in order to answer questions, think about the concept or complete a sample problem.
Going Further – Provide opportunities for students to continue to explore the concept through additional sample problems, further research, articles, websites or additional videos to add to the knowledge base. Add higher order questions to help students synthesize the content into a knowledge base that can transition back to the classroom.
Closure – Bring the lesson to a close by revisiting the objectives or standards that were demonstrated in the video lesson. There is no need to summarize or repeat the key concepts as this will only increase video time. Students always have the option to re-watch any part of the video as many times as may be necessary.
The more organized and prepared you are, the less re-takes and editing you will have to do later.
The editing process can deplete your energy and waste
your valuable time.