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Queen. 10 Reasons to Try Hexagonal Thinking – Make & Do. I made this to try out some Hexagonal Thinking activities.

10 Reasons to Try Hexagonal Thinking – Make & Do

The colored tags could be used for different concepts within the thinking map such as: potential solutions, resources, people involved, or anything else that makes sense in your activity. 1. It is simple. Hexagonal Thinking is simple yet powerful. Students can make their thinking visible by writing ideas on a hexagon and forming connections. 2. As groups rearrange the hexagons in a variety of ways, they begin to see how others view the world–the very definition of empathy. 3. I wasn’t convinced of this until I tried it, but the shape of the hexagon itself allows for more creative connections due to the number of sides and the way your eyes and brain search over the whole thinking map to seek connections. 4. Communication skills are strengthened since the thought experiment ideally requires collaboration. 5. Le FLE en action. Plan de travail. Adobe® Connect™ 7 Excellent Free Blended Learning Resources – Understanding the Whys and Hows of Mixed Mode Instruction.

“Blended Learning” has many definitions.

7 Excellent Free Blended Learning Resources – Understanding the Whys and Hows of Mixed Mode Instruction

Here’s one I really like, “Blended Learning is … a shift to online delivery for a portion of the day to make students, teachers and schools more productive. Learning in multiple modalities yields more and better data that creates an integrated and customizable learning experience.” This is from the Blended Learning Implementation Guide (discussed further below). In this article, we offer a curated set of resources that can equip any educator to better understand how Blended Learning (a.k.a.

“Hybrid Learning”, “Mix-Mode Instruction”, “Web-enhanced Instruction” and other terms) works and why it is increasingly understood to be an optimal approach to teaching and learning. 1. This PDF takes the reader through a linear progression that starts with creating conditions for success and then works through planning, implementation, and finally, working to assess and improve. 1. If this piques your interest, download the paper and read on!

2. 3. 4. FUN - Enseigner avec les Serious Games. Pourquoi une Classe Accompagnée et non pas Inversée ? Pour être honnête, la Classe Accompagnée n'a jamais eu vocation à être de la Classe Inversée.

Pourquoi une Classe Accompagnée et non pas Inversée ?

Les objectifs sont les mêmes et se rejoignent, mais le chemin est différent. Flipping the Classroom…with Pedagogy, not just Tech… by Christopher Bronke – Recap. Following traditional pedagogy in the ELA classroom (and other disciplines, I’d assume), one can find teachers across the country employing the “I do, we do, you do” method for modeling skills and direct instruction.

Flipping the Classroom…with Pedagogy, not just Tech… by Christopher Bronke – Recap

In this model, the teacher starts off by modeling the skill directly for the students, walking them through an example step by step. From there, students work with a partner or a small group to practice this new skill. Finally, they are asked to demonstrate their understanding of the skill alone, without the help of the teacher or classmates. There is value in this process, for sure. It is nicely scaffolded, allowing students to walk through a gradual release model, providing support along the way. However, the “I do, we do, you do” model falls short in forcing students to navigate frustration. Podcasting for ELT. What podcasting is Types of ELT podcasts Using podcasts in class and for homework How to subscribe Producing your own podcast What you need Conclusion What podcasting is Podcasting (a portmanteau of the words iPod and broadcasting) is the name given to the publishing of audio (usually mp3 files) via the Internet, designed to be downloaded and listened to on a portable mp3 player of any type, or on a personal computer.

Podcasting for ELT

Podcasting has now become popular as an alternative way of providing 'radio' type content that can be listened to whenever, wherever and as many times as the listener wants. The idea that a podcast can be produced by just about anyone with access to the Internet has generated a lot of interest in educational circles.

How to Create a Class Podcast in 5 Easy Steps. Wizer.Me Tutorial 2016 WizerMe. Classe Inversée : la Plate-forme on Strikingly. Outils et ressources : guide. Vous trouverez ici les meilleurs outils et ressources pour inverser votre classe.

Outils et ressources : guide

Cette section sera mise à jour régulièrement. N’hésitez pas à donner vos avis et suggestions dans le forum. Sebastien Franc – ESL teacher/ Captain FlipUstier@Sebfranc3459. To Flip or Not To Flip: La classe inversée en cours de Langues. Des outils pour faire des capsules de classe inversée. Des outils pour faire des capsules de classe inversée Pour faire des capsules de classe inversée, on a besoin d’outils qui permettent de faire des vidéos, des animations, de les couper ou de les transformer en quiz, d’exerciseurs pour que chaque élève puisse s’entrainer à son rythme, et d’un quiz ou test si l’on veut évaluer le tout, ce qui n’est évidemment pas obligatoire.

Des outils pour faire des capsules de classe inversée

Pour commencer, très souvent la leçon est rappelée sous forme de vidéo, le professeur peut la faire lui-même en utilisant des outils comme Moovly ou Powtoon ou encore Explee qui permettent de créer des animations. Voici deux tutoriels vidéos qui expliquent le fonctionnement de Moovly et Explee. (avec l’aimable autorisation de Laurène)Castor : Si la vidéo utilisée existe déjà, alors, on peut utiliser Zaption ou Edpuzzle (tutoriels ci-joint) pour combiner la vidéo, avec la vérification rapide sous forme de quiz en y intégrant des questions, des commentaires et des citations.

Le tutoriel du site ici. Jeux sérieux. Ateliers_numériques.