How to Flip Your Classroom with Study.com

Instructor: Laura Leftwich
Below you will learn how to flip your classroom with Study.com. Assign our videos to your students to watch at home or use them in the classroom to enhance your class time and target specific student needs.

Hello! By assigning our videos to your students to watch at home, they can come to class prepared, leaving more class time for valuable discussion. You can also use the videos as inspiration for in-class activities and more in-depth conversations. Study.com videos can help you flip your classroom and better utilize your in-class time with your students.

Using Study.com Lessons as Your At-Home Lectures

Study.com offers thousands of lessons and courses that your students can easily watch at home so they can come to class with a solid understanding of that day's topic. By assigning students our videos to watch at home, you can make the most of your valuable in-class time to check their learning, dive deeper into the topic, or stimulate discussion.

Once you've found the lesson(s) you want to send, and have signed into your Teacher account, you will see a Teacher tab at the top of the lesson page. From the Teachers Tab you will see 3 sections that will give your students information about the assignment.

1) Recipients: here you will select which classrooms, or individual students, you want to send this assignment to.

2) Due Date where you will select any date in the next 6 months as a due date for this assignment. (keep in mind it is due at 11:59pm of that date)

3) Assignment Instructions: Here you will input any specific instructions for students about completing this work. After selecting the 'Assign' button, students will be able to fully access this material from their student accounts.

You can see all lessons you've assigned, and to who, on the Assignments tab on your User Dashboard at any time.

Once you've sent your students their assignments, you can view the status of the assignment for each student. You can also see their quiz results, including the number of quiz attempts, first score and best score.

Customizing Your Lectures

When you lecture in class, every student hears the same thing. When you flip your classroom with Study.com, you can vary your assignments in order to customize them to specific student needs. Assign extra videos to students who need additional remediation or are ready for more difficult topics. Reassign videos to a student you think needs a review. You can even have different students watch different videos and then present what they've learned to their classmates. For example, have one group study nouns, another verbs, and third adjectives, then have them work together in class to create sentences!

Using Study.com Videos in Your Flipped Classroom

Once you've flipped your classroom by assigning our videos as homework, you can also use Study.com resources to supplement class time and build student knowledge. Assign an introductory video to watch at home, then show accompanying videos in class that dig further into the topic or inspire higher order thinking. Use the accompanying quizzes as an in-class discussion booster, having students debate which answers are correct and why. Or, have students take the quizzes individually to assess their comprehension.

Whether you're assigning them for students to watch at home or incorporating them into your class time, Study.com videos offer great options to help you flip your classroom and get the most out of the time you have with your students.

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