This week Ken chats with Kate Baker about her flipped classroom. Kate is a 9th grade English teacher in New Jersey who has been flipping her class for six years, an #edtech advocate, EdModo certified traini, PBS Learning Media Digital Innovator, and a member of the Flipped Learning Network board of directors.
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- Kate’s blog: Baker’s B.Y.O.D.– Bring Your Own Device, Dog, & Deconstruction of Literature
- Find Kate on Twitter
- Ken mentioned a post of Laura Gogia “The Power of Hype“
- Tool: Insert Learning
- Tool: Actively Learn
- Tool: EDpuzzle
- Tool: Formative
- Tool: Quick, Draw with Google
- Robert Talbert’s meme shared on the Flipped Learning Slack below.
A few years ago I wrote a post about my transition out of the LMS to “go where the students are“. I also believe we need to balance that with showing our students new tools and I’ve done that as well. This comes to me while reflecting on this quote from Kate.
The music (titled Aloft) clip at the start and end of the podcast is copyright by Kelly Walsh and used with permission.
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The image of a microphone used in the logo for our podcast is courtesy of Eric Harvey.
I apologize for neglecting to give Eric credit in the previous posts, I’m still learning this podcast process. I went back to add this credit to the previous episodes.