The Flipping Physics Mission:
- To teach physics to as many people as possible.
- To make physics education fun and real.
- To provide free lecture videos that physics teachers can use to flip their students' learning.
My Most Recent Video (2014.07.01)
Full FlipCon14 Presentation: ±5 Ways To Make Engaging Flipping Videos (56:12)
The basics, don’ts and do’s of making flipping videos your students will actually want to watch.
0:00 Introducing myself
4:20 Placing my Virtual Attendees on a Map
9:32 The Basics - Before you start filming
11:19 - Live Video or Picture-in-Picture
14:26 - Video Length
17:28 The Don’ts - Don’t use your built in microphone
19:04 - Don’t ignore audio levels
19:39 - Don’t be just a talking head
20:23 - Don’t cut video mid-sentence
22:59 - Don’t overuse transitions and effects
23:45 - Don’t go on at length without any visual change
26:48 - Don’t film outside
27:54 - Don’t have continuous background music
31:18 Survey of responses to my List of Don’ts
33:58 The Do’s - Enjoy Yourself
34:59 - Look at the Video Camera!
35:32 - Collaborate
35:46 - Be Creative
40:32 - Provide Lecture Notes
42:20 - Have a Theme
43:22 - Use a Script
44:23 - Make Mistakes / Address Misconceptions
45:56 - Fast-forward when necessary
47:56 Suggestions from the audience
49:17 Survey of responses to my List of Do’s
53:11 How I put Billy, Bobby and Bo on the screen at the same time