Office Mix

Mix_exampleThis site lets you take PowerPoint further by adding in quizzes and web elements as well as many other apps. You do need a Microsoft account to use it but once set up it is very simple to use. A good resource for flipping your classroom.
Here is an example I created for my year 7 class. This one does not have narration or annotation but you can add these in when you create yours.

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The Other Side to a Flipped Class – ExitTicket Student Response System

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Conversations about flipped lessons usually focus about at-home instruction. But what about the other side to a flipped class: the in-class portion?

Louise Robinson-Lay‘s insight:

This shows how flipping can be an effective tool for differentiation and for holding students accountable for their learning.

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4 Tips To Help Students Start Blogging – Edudemic

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“Ms. Clark, I can’t believe it! Someone from Argentina and New Zealand just read my blog!” This kind of wide-eyed excitement is why I have been blogging with my students for nearly 10 years.

Louise Robinson-Lay‘s insight:

This is perfect for my planning this year. I love the idea of beginning with a paper blog nd asking for critical feedback from classmates. Great way to reinforce the idea of a community of learners.

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