Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Use TED-Ed to Flip YouTube/Khan Academy Videos

If you are interested in using video’s to flip your classroom, or to support your curriculum, but have hesitated because it does not connect enough to your curriculum, there is now a solution.

TED-Ed allows you to modify any of their videos, or any of the videos on YouTube (which include Khan Academy) through their website.

What you can add: Title, introduction/instructions, quiz questions, short answer questions, additional information/resources.

How do you do it:

  1. Go to http://ed.ted.com/

  2. Find a video through the website, or through their “YouTube” tab and open it up.

  3. Find the “Flip” box near the video and start adding information.

  4. They will give you a link to share with your students once you have finished.

Additionally: You can have students login and you may track their progress.

1 comment:

  1. If you like Khan Academy, be sure to check out these additional teachers on YouTube:

    Jenny Sawyer of 60second Recap
    Krista King of integralCALC
    Patrick Jones of PatrickJMT
    Paul Andersen of Bozeman Science
    Robert Ahdoot of Yay Math

    They are all great teachers with excellent education videos.