On April 14th, I offered an optional technology PD session that was billed as focusing on the somewhat counterintuitive combination of reducing print usage and flipping your classroom. While I had originally intended that the session be focused solely on print reduction, I realized in planning it that many of the same tools could be used for a teacher who was planning a flipped classroom.
As always, I recorded a screencast of the session, and a lovely video is the result. After uploading it to the tech blog and embedding it into this post, however, I previewed the video on the site and it hit me: the sound on my mic was turned all the way down. Thus, I ended up with a video with no sound. So, for those of you in attendance, I hope you enjoyed the session! For everybody else (and I know that a few of you were excited about the video of this session), I’ll be recreating the session – sans audience – tomorrow, and will post that video on the blog as soon as I have it finished.