Flipping Your Classroom Without Internet
If you have ever thought about “Flipping” your classroom, you know the first question that comes to mind – “What if students do not have Internet access at home?” In this month’s TechTools for the Classroom webinar on edWeb.net, presenter Shannon Holden shared ways for teachers to get “No Internet” students engaged with digital content at home. He talked about devices like flash drives, gaming systems, and new TVs, and how they can be used to flip a classroom. He also shared resources like AtubeCatcher that can help educators prepare these materials for students. This webinar is presented by Shannon Holden, a high school and middle school teacher and administrator who loves technology and helping teachers learn easy ways to use free tools in the classroom.
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