A Few Flipping Resources

Ramsey’s Musallam’s Flipping Models
Screencasting Tools
How To Make an Educational Screencast

Advanced Playlist Options

  • Reorganize
  • Start video at specific time
  • Add note
  • Record introduction

Tracking and Feedback

1.  Digital - Embed Quiz with Video

Mole Ratios - by Ramsey Musallam

2.  Analogue - Pen and Paper “Note-takers”

Order of Operations Video - by Chris Raymaakers

Order of Operations Note-taker

3.  Ted-Ed Flipping

Example Lesson - Average Speed

The TED-Ed Tour Lesson

Flip ANY YouTube Video


Take a moment to browse TED-Ed by subject area or by series.  Click through the “Quick Quizzes”, “Think” and “Dig Deeper” activities.  Bookmark any that look relevant to your teaching so that you can come back later and watch the video.


Creating Annotations Help Page

Examples and Uses

  • Interactive Quiz or Review - by James Sanders
  • Choose your own adventure
  • Direct students to other videos/ previous concepts

    Demo Slam: Virtual Wait Time

  • Add info that you left out during the recording
  • Create virtual “wait time”  (see my Demo Slam)

Embedding and Linking Tricks and Tips

Embedd without related videos (or just Add &rel=0 to the end of the URL before embedding it)
Start at the important part  (try adding  #t=04m32s (#t=XXmYYs for XX mins and YY seconds) to the end of the URL.
Embed a Playlist in a Google Site - Thanks, Jim Sill

Other Cool Stuff We Don’t Have Time For

Want to make your channel look AWESOME? (example) :)

Advanced Channel Editing

Want EVERY YouTube video in a CD collection?

The YouTube Collection

Want to add copyright free music as the background to your video?

Adding Audio (from YouTube) to your video

iMovie too complicated?  Edit your videos AFTER you upload them to YouTube.

Youtube Video Editor and review

Don’t have permission to put your student’s faces on YouTube?  

But, you have a need to post that excellent class video?  Just apply the “blur faces” video enhancement and let those worries fade away.