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Faculty Technology Committee Modules

The Flipped Classroom:

Recorded Lecture with In-class Activity

The video below overviews how to achieve a flipped classroom by using recorded lecture combined with an in-class activity using Camtasia Studio and PowerPoint. It is intended that viewers will experiment with their own project while viewing the video. It is a large file and will take time to download, please be patient.

www.personal.kent.edu/~vberardi/FlippedClassroomRecordedLectureInclassActivity.htm

Contributed by  Dr. Victor Berardi

 

Media Production Overview and Pre-Production

http://ksutube.kent.edu/playback.php?playthis=6873vk25e

http://ksutube.kent.edu/playback.php?playthis=75c3692h0

Contributed by Brandon Vaccaro

 

Using Online Discussion Boards to Facilitate In-Class Discussion

 

http://ksutube.kent.edu/playback.php?playthis=458h645w9

Contributed by Brian Betz

Addition Discussion Board Resources Here

 

Blackboard Learn, Moodle, and Drupal

http://moodle.stark.kent.edu/earley/factech/module/cms

Contributed by Dr. Clarke Earley

 

Case Study: How Drupal is Used to Support a Lecture Class

http://moodle.stark.kent.edu/earley/factech/case

Contributed by Dr. Clarke Earley