Transform the School
The flipped classroom, according to Cynthia Brame, means "that students gain first exposure to new material outside of class, usually via reading or lecture videos, and then use class time to do the harder work of assimilating that knowledge, perhaps through problem-solving, discussion, or debates."
I've dreamed of making this a reality in Judaic studies. How amazing would it be to have the students prepare the Chumash at home and come into class to have a discussion? Learn the Mishnayot of Sukkah at home and prepare an art project in school?
With Talmid, this dream is now a reality.
There's something for everyone.
This is great for small schools with limited budgets or just testing the idea of flipping the classroom.
All paid versions include
This is ideal for a group of teachers who want to customize the Talmid courses and add their own, or public, courses.
The Classroom plan is $600/month or $6,000/year.
Everything in Classroom and:
This is ideal for a large school or a school that wants to transform all classrooms in their building and create an exceptional learning experience for all students.
The Building plan is $1,200/month or $12,000/year.