What’s new on TED-Ed…

See on Scoop.itITT EdTech

Mark Ayton‘s insight:

We’ve all heard of YouTube, most are aware of TED, and many will be familiar with the flipped classroom concept. All three of these come together in TED-Ed. Build a flipped lesson in three simple steps: Search for videos. Select your video. Flip the video! The flipped activity has four parts. Watch (the video), Think (about a thought provoking question), Dig Deeper (to find more information), Discuss (your understanding).

See on ed.ted.com


About mark8n

Facilitator of Learning Technology adoption and integration. Dad, Granddad and Motorcyclist.
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