We Didn’t Know What We Didn’t Know: Flipped Learning 3.0 – Flipped Learning Global Initiative
By Jon Bergmann and Errol St.Clair Smith Pop Quiz: Most educators know about the Socratic method. True or false? Let’s go with true. But why was Socrates called the wisest man in the world? The answer? Fast Forward a Couple Thousand Years. Today, with a swipe and a few keystrokes, we can access virtually all the knowledge in the known world from a device that’s smaller than an index card. Best of all, when we’re feeling particularly lazy, we can simply say, “ Hey Siri, who the heck is Socrates anyway?” Yet, despite the super-human ways we can now access knowledge, it’s astounding how often we still don’t know what we don’t know. Five Things We Didn’t Know about Flipped Learning Together we have over 40 years experience in education. But in 2016 we discovered that we were blind men walking around without a cane. We eventually tripped over the depth and scope of our ignorance and myopia. #1 Flipped Learning Is Not Static This sentiment bubbles to the surface in many ways.
Related: Revue de presse - CLINE
• classe inversée
• Teoría y conceptos FC
• Read Soon