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3 keys to a flipped classroom

3 keys to a flipped classroom
If you are planning to use the ‘flipped classroom’, then you might want to think about a few key ideas. Background: On Connected Principals Jonathan Martin has written a couple posts on the Flipped Classroom. Increasingly, education’s value-add is and will be in the coaching and troubleshooting when students are applying their learning, and in challenging students to apply their thinking to hands-on learning by doing and teaming: so let’s have them do these things in class, not sit and listen. And in his second post, Advancing the Flip: Developments in Reverse Instruction, he says: 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. And also contrary to my points below… Dr. The flip side of flipping First and foremost, this is just ONE teaching strategy. 1. 2. 3. Dr.

Technology - How to Make Instructables 56 46 25 146 3259 15315 24453 91.3K 3126 4190 108 121.2K 311.3K 652.0K 25686 22703 21912K 26583 291.1K 918.7K 18664 4199 28862 261.2K 411.9K 151.0K 642.2K 501.2K 1073.1K 5314 19823K 11796 761.7K 12800 34689 16503 591.5K 9882 19584 7429 381.3K 31894 381.1K 312.0K 19588 7532 311.3K 26829 21727 271.0K 191.8K 14624 33876 601.1K 321.3K 884.1K 401.7K 20962 Les huit éléments essentiels d'un bon plan de cours Beth Lewis fait partie de ces blogueurs américains qui ne craignent pas de rappeler les évidences. Enseignante au primaire, elle propose ainsi sur son blogue un billet intitulé "Top 8 Components of a Well-Written Lesson Plan" que l'on traduira par "Les huit éléments essentiels d'un bon plan de cours". Le modèle, même s'il est loin d'être original, mérite d'être adopté ou adapté à ses propres pratiques. les enseignants débutants y trouveront un guide rassurant, et les plus expérimentés l'adopteront pour publier leurs fiches de cours, notamment sur la toile. Le plan de cours proposé par Beth Lewis comprend les éléments suivants : Objectifs et buts (Objectives and Goals). Chaque point fait l'objet d'explications détaillées, assorties d'exemples, sur une page spécifique. Beth Lewis insiste à la fois sur la rigueur de la démarche et sur la nécessité de varier les angles d'approche et les activités proposées aux apprenants. Top 8 Components of a Well-Written Lesson Plan.

The Flipped Classroom in ELT Flipped learning – or the flipped classroom – is one of the hot topics in education at the moment. It’s a core part of the ‘EdTech agenda’ and often espoused as one of the things that will fix a broken education system. So, what exactly is the flipped classroom and what could it mean for ELT? What is flipped learning? Flipped learning reverses the ‘standard’ model of teaching by delivering instruction to students at home through self-study materials and moving the ‘homework’ element to the classroom. How is it done? In the US education system (where the flipped classroom seems to be gaining most traction), this usually means making video lectures available online, with students then doing practice activities and problem solving tasks in class. Why do it? Well, it certainly sounds logical and attractive, doesn’t it? Any disadvantages? Well, it all sounds great, but there must some problems, surely? Does ELT need flipping? What to do at home What to do in class Where next? Join our mailing list

Ma classe inversée en mathématiques et français au CM1-CM2 Problématique pédagogique : J’exerce cette année dans une classe de CM1-CM2 de 23 élèves très hétérogène : trois élèves rencontrent de grandes difficultés en mathématiques, deux élèves sont au contraire extrêmement brillants et rapides. Je passais beaucoup de temps avec les élèves en difficulté, peu avec les élèves très rapides qui ne pouvaient pas progresser autant que je l’aurais souhaité. Lors d’une séance de découverte d’une nouvelle notion (plus ou moins magistrale) : – au bout de 5 minutes, trois élèves s’ennuient car ils ont déjà compris et sont prêts à réaliser des tâches mettant en jeu leurs nouveaux acquis, – au bout de 20 minutes (fin de la découverte), six élèves n’ont toujours pas compris ou ne sont toujours pas prêts pour les raisons suivantes : Ma classe inversée 1- Je prépare mon cours en vidéo avec une capture screencast de mon logiciel de TNI . 3- Les élèves regardent la capsule chez eux en prenant des notes : consommation active de ma capsule ! lu : 6956 fois

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Flip your classroom through reverse instruction Have you ever experienced the unique and rare moment when, after doing something the same way for year and years, you have an epiphany and wonder, "why am I doing it this way?" Most of the time the answer is tradition, that's the way we've always done it. At one time, there probably was a sound, logical, reasonable explanation for the decision to do it that way. Take, for example, the Bodleian Library in Oxford. It is one of the world's literary repositories and one of the largest libraries in the world. I stumbled across an interesting article in THE Journal a little over a year ago and had a moment like I described above. Sams and Bergman were the first people, to my knowledge, to suggest the idea of "reverse instruction." Last year I began implementing reverse instruction into my high school Anatomy & Physiology class. I would not say that my first year was a complete success. Make sure that you clearly and carefully explain the purpose of reverse instruction to students.

Is The Flipped Classroom Relevant to ELT? Is The Flipped Classroom Relevant to ELT? There is a lot of interest in the idea of the Flipped Classroom. It was even mentioned in the Horizon Report for Higher Education in 2015 as a key growth area. In all honesty I am a bit surprised how the Flipped Classroom has caught on and I had previously questioned its relevance to ELT and language teaching. I admit now I was wrong and I can now see that it does have a place in certain language teaching contexts. What is the Flipped Classroom? The basic idea of the flip classroom is to make use of technology so that we do less ‘teaching’ in the class and focus more on group work and task based learning in the lesson. Drawing on different approaches to learning The Flipped Classroom is simply a model of blended learning. Another way to think about this is to think of Blooms Taxonomy of Learning. Creative Commons Is the Flipped Classroom relevant to ELT?

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