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Electronic education: Flipping the classroom

Electronic education: Flipping the classroom

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Récit de l'enseignement privé - La classe inversée Une vidéo d’introduction Quelques liens à consulter Une définition simple Une réflexion de Marc-André Girard Un point de vue divergent (en anglais) Une mise en garde sur la conception des vidéos La présentation Prezi de Pascale Gendron et Anne-MArie Lalonde au colloque de l’AQUOPS 2013 Exemples de vidéos. Un exemple en classe de chimie Un exemple en classe de sciences Un exemple en classe de français Un exemple en Arts plastiques En sixième année La chaîne Youtube de Madame Lalonde (science) Questions de réflexion Que faire du temps de classe, avant et après le visionnement du matériel (vidéo ou autre) ? La vidéo est-elle le seul moyen pour transmettre les connaissances aux élèves ? Doit-on tout construire soi-même ? Quel impact cette stratégie peut-elle avoir sur l’attitude des élèves ? Comment combiner cette approche aux autres stratégies d’apprentissage comme le socioconstructivisme, le connectivisme, l’apprentissage par enquête ou Inquiry Based Learning, etc.? Quelques conseils Matériel suggéré

Part 1: Flipping The Classroom? … 12 Resources To Keep You On Your Feet Welcome to another post rich in resources. If you have come here looking for links that will guide you to videos and multimedia to use in a Flipped Classroom that is coming in a future post. Perhaps you have tried a little Flip of your own and want to learn more. If you are beginning to investigate what a Flipped Classroom is, with the thought of possibly trying some kind of Flip yourself… then this is also the right place. I have researched and tried to find you the very best resources to get educators in all positions thinking about what a Flipped Classroom” really is”? Many educators are beginning to become aware of the growing teaching method referred to as “Flipping The Classroom”. You see, at first this definition does make a lot of sense, and like so many “best practices” I see great value in the idea. Yes, I am a proponent of incorporating various multimedia and online learning in a blended environment. The Twelve Resources To Better Understand Flipping the Classroom Like this:

edX - Home Pédagogie inversée : des résultats scolaires nettement supérieurs Au Calhoun Community College, en Alabama, les étudiants sont responsables de connaître la matière avant d’arriver en classe. Sur place, ils travaillent ensemble sur des projets leur permettant de progresser dans leurs apprentissages, tout en menant des discussions significatives avec l’enseignant. Bienvenue à l’ère de la classe inversée! Le concept de classe inversée est très populaire ces temps-ci. L’idée a notamment fait du chemin avec la popularité grandissante de la Khan Academy, un espace Web qui fait la promotion de l’apprentissage libre et gratuit pour tous. Au Calhoun Community College, c’est la réalité de plusieurs groupes. Dans les dernières années, le Calhoun Community College a vu sa clientèle augmenter de 25 % en raison de l’explosion démographique. La dynamique de classe inversée s’y est imposée naturellement. « C’est une philosophie et non une méthodologie, note Bobbi Jo Carter, coordonnatrice de l’apprentissage numérique au collège. À lire aussi : Pour suivre l’auteur :

Risk management Risk management is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks (defined in ISO 31000 as the effect of uncertainty on objectives) followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of unfortunate events[1] or to maximize the realization of opportunities. The strategies to manage threats (uncertainties with negative consequences) typically include transferring the threat to another party, avoiding the threat, reducing the negative effect or probability of the threat, or even accepting some or all of the potential or actual consequences of a particular threat, and the opposites for opportunities (uncertain future states with benefits). Introduction[edit] A widely used vocabulary for risk management is defined by ISO Guide 73, "Risk management. Risk management also faces difficulties in allocating resources. Method[edit] Principles of risk management[edit] Risk management should: Process[edit]

Tyranny Of Words - Stuart Chase Stuart Chase (1888-1985) Born in Somersworth, New Hampshire was an American economist and engineer trained at MIT. His writings covered topics as diverse as general semantics and physical economy. His hybrid background of engineering and economics places him in the same philosophical camp as R. Buckminster Fuller. It has been suggested that he was the originator of the expression a New Deal, which became identified with the economic programs of American president Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Cycles of Learning How Khan Academy Is Changing the Rules of Education | Magazine Matthew Carpenter, age 10, has completed 642 inverse trigonometry problems at KhanAcademy.org.Photo: Joe Pugliese “This,” says Matthew Carpenter, “is my favorite exercise.” I peer over his shoulder at his laptop screen to see the math problem the fifth grader is pondering. It’s an inverse trigonometric function: cos-1(1) = ? Carpenter, a serious-faced 10-year-old wearing a gray T-shirt and an impressive black digital watch, pauses for a second, fidgets, then clicks on “0 degrees.” Carpenter, who attends Santa Rita Elementary, a public school in Los Altos, California, shouldn’t be doing work anywhere near this advanced. But last November, Thordarson began using Khan Academy in her class. Initially, Thordarson thought Khan Academy would merely be a helpful supplement to her normal instruction. “I’m able to give specific, pinpointed help when needed,” she says. The result is that Thordarson’s students move at their own pace. Khan’s videos are anything but sophisticated. Not everyone agrees.

Malcolm Knowles, informal adult education, self-direction and andragogy contents: introduction · malcolm knowles – life · adult informal education · malcolm s. knowles on andragogy · self-direction · conclusion · further reading and references · links Malcolm Shepherd Knowles (1913 – 1997) was a, perhaps ‘the’, central figure in US adult education in the second half of the twentieth century. In the 1950s he was the Executive Director of the Adult Education Association of the United States of America. Malcolm Knowles – a life Born in 1913 and initially raised in Montana, Malcolm S. While driving to and from these locations, we engaged in serious discussions about all sorts of subjects, such as the meaning of life, right and wrong, religion, politics, success, happiness and everything a growing child is curious about. Malcolm Knowles has talked about his mother helping him through her example and care to be a more ‘tender, loving, caring person’ (op. cit.). Malcolm Knowles gained his MA in 1949. In 1959 Malcolm S. Malcolm S. Adult informal education 1.

Byron High School Mathematics Department We have compiled a lot of our introductory information here for you to review at your leisure. Please take a look around if you are interested or have questions about the things we are doing. We'd love to entertain your questions or visits after you have visited our site. Innovative Things the Math Department at BHS is doing. Since we are always looking to change and improve, we are doing several innovative things within our department (see side bar). As a result of our work, we were awarded the National Blue Ribbon Award from the US Department of Education in 2010, the Intel School of Distinction Award for high school mathematics in the Fall of 2011 and the Star of Innovation Award from the Minnesota Association of Secondary School Principals in 2011. Here is a video giving a nice overview of what the Byron High School Mathematics Department has been up to from 2010 to 2013.

Classe Inversée | Enseigner avec TNT Pour lire mon rapport sur mes classes inversées, cliquez ICI (pdf, 3 Mo)Une liste d’articles sur la classe inversée, compilée par Pédagogie Universitaire La classe inversée, c’est quoi ? C’est une façon différente d’enseigner et d’apprendre. Comparativement à une classe traditionnelle, la prise de note se fait à l’extérieur de la classe (à la maison, à la bibliothèque, dans le métro, bref, n’importe quel endroit où des capsules vidéo présentant la théorie peuvent être visionnées) et le temps de classe libéré est utilisé pour approfondir, appliquer et assimiler les notions. Puisque le professeur n’a plus à « présenter » la matière, il est disponible pour accompagner, motiver et soutenir les élèves dans leur apprentissage. Cette façon de faire est utilisée aux États-Unis au niveau primaire, secondaire, collégial et universitaire depuis 2007. La classe inversée en image En vidéo La classe inversée, c’est quoi ? Et voici certains trucs pour inverser sa classe avec succès Comment ? Liens utiles

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