Mer tid til samhandling. Create Videos in Minutes with Mysimpleshow. This is a sponsored post.
All opinions are my own. Videos are becoming such important tools for teachers, but one thing that stops many of us from using videos is making them: With all the other things we have to do, there’s very little time to find the right video creation tool, learn how to use it, then actually create the videos. If you want to get started quickly, or if you’ve already been creating videos but are ready for something new, mysimpleshow may be the perfect tool for you.
In just a few minutes, you can create a student-friendly, HD-quality video that explains any concept you can imagine, then publish it right away, and it’s totally free. Before I show you how it works, here’s a sample of a finished mysimpleshow video: Flippad engelska. Flippad undervisning.
Flipped Classroom and Online Learning. Flippat klassrum. Flipped. 5 Learning Ideas for Flipping. Buoyed by the confidence of the ‘flipped’ class results I have started the new academic year with fresh ideas for my classroom activities.
These five examples were relatively well received by students. Having already assessed their holiday work 16-year-old students were asked to take part in a little experiment. Moving on to a new Phase – Time for a Change – Flipped Classroom Workshop. Dear Loyal Flipped Classroom Workshop Readers, and New Visitors!
Thank you so much for supporting this site over the years! I am so grateful for the thousands of readers who visit each month (we averaged nearly 10,000 unique visitors a month in 2016!). I hope the articles have been very helpful as you explore, or expand on, your flipped learning practice. I’ve also throughly enjoyed teaching several online workshops each year, using this site as the host site for much of that training.
After 5 years and a dozen or so workshops, enjoyed by about 150 educators, I have decided to discontinue the offering. How to Create Assessments for the Flipped Classroom. It seems like everyone is talking about the flipped classroom.
But how do you use this new model to construct lessons and assessments that reinforce student learning? “Flipping” involves turning Bloom’s Taxonomy on its head. Instead of using class time to convey the basic information you want your students to remember and asking them to work on more difficult learning tasks alone, a flipped class asks students to come to class prepared with the foundational information and then to work on the challenging tasks of analysis, evaluation, and creation with others. Screencasting Feedback on Student Essays.
Last semester I was faced with a larger-than-usual senior composition class for English majors—which of course also meant a larger-than-usual feedback load.
With a new baby at home, I was more than a little concerned about finding the time to do it all. Fully aware of the research (e.g. Ferris, 1997; Hyland & Hyland, 2006) that favors more detailed feedback on student writing (seems “awkward: reword” just doesn’t cut it), I could not in good conscience consider reducing the quality or quantity of the feedback I usually give. Moreover, my feedback would typically include holding “writing conferences” (one-on-one consultations) with students—usually during office hours. But this was a big class, and there are just so many hours in a day. Flipped Classroom Visually Explained for Teachers. IPad = Flipped Classroom Made Easy. Yes, the Flipped Classroom (Video lessons watched before class time) is a fashionable topic but whilst there’s still chalk-and-talk together with standardised testing I feel I must continue to push it.
And no, it’s not just chalk-and-talk in disguise. It creates a whole new learning environment for the student. I haven’t taught a whole class for 6 months! The best way to reach each student? Private school Math teacher flips learning. Bullis School teacher, Stacey Roshan, pictured at far left in above photo Editor's Note: The Daily Riff discovered teacher Stacey Roshan's work through research about "reverse instruction" or "the flipped classroom" or the "backwards classroom" that was featured in The Daily Riff post's "Teacher Doing the Flip to Help Students Become Learners", and "How the Flipped Classroom is Radically Transforming Learning".
We are delighted to have a guest post by Roshan of the Bullis School in Maryland talking about actual in-class implementation, the feedback by students, and what parents think. Our posts on the flipped class - controversial, yes - over the last year have generated over 110,000 views from over 100 countries - thanks all. This post originally appeared in January 2011 in The Daily Riff. --- C.J. The Flipped Classroom Model: A Full Picture. Due to Khan Academy’s popularity, the idea of the flipped classroom has gained press and credibility within education circles.
Briefly, the Flipped Classroom as described by Jonathan Martin is: Flip your instruction so that students watch and listen to your lectures… for homework, and then use your precious class-time for what previously, often, was done in homework: tackling difficult problems, working in groups, researching, collaborating, crafting and creating. Are You Ready to Flip? " . . .not all material is suitable to be taught through a video lesson.
"Are You Ready to Flip? Part 2 of 3 of "The Flipped Class" by Dan Spencer, Deb Wolf and Aaron Sams. Why Feedback Needs To Be Integrated Into Flipped Classrooms. Flipped classrooms are getting plenty of headlines and attention lately in educational circles.
While conceptually they sound great the reality is that they require a great deal more effort on behalf of both students and teachers. The need for teachers to develop quality material outside class time is a genuine drain on their limited time and becomes a significant obstacle to the uptake of flipping.
Læreren flipper og elevene tagger.