Evaluating Videos for Flipped Instruction

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  • 1 University of Missouri, Columbia
  • 2 Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa

Teachers who are flipping instruction face the challenging task of selecting or creating high-quality videos for their students. This article presents a framework for evaluating videos and describes the benefits of including interactive features and considering options beyond lecture videos.

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A framework describes the benefits of including interactive features and considering options beyond lecturing.

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