Is flipping an online course possible?

Is it possible to flip a fully-online course that has no synchronous class meetings? The answer appears to be “yes”, but it involves unlearning some assumptions about flipped learning and about pedagogy in general.

Making screencasts: The talking head

In this video I go under the hood to show how a “talking head” screencast is made. This is one where it’s just a voiceover and lecture slides. This gets technical, but it has ties to the overall pedagogical framework I outlined in a previous video.

Flipped learning skepticism: Do students want to have lectures?

Continuing a look at skepticisms of the flipped classroom, this time we look at the idea that students only want to have lecture in class. This is less of a skepticism of flipped learning as it is an indicator of an opportunity to teach students about their own learning processes.