Flip teaching or a flipped classroom is a form of blended learning in which students learn new content online by watching video lectures, usually at home, and what used to be homework (assigned problems) is now done in class with teachers offering more personalized guidance and interaction with students, instead of lecturing. This is also known as backwards classroom, flipped classroom, reverse teaching, and the Thayer Method." Traditional vs flipped teaching The traditional pattern of teaching has been to assign students to read textbooks and work on problem sets outside school, while listening to lectures and taking tests in class. "My AP Calculus class was a really anxious environment, it was weird trying to get through way too much material with not enough time. In flip teaching, the students first study the topic by themselves, typically using video lessons prepared by the teacher or third parties. Flipped classrooms free class time for hands-on work. Math
What is the unique idea in Connectivism?This site has been created to foster discussion on how our thinking, learning, and organizational activities are impacted through technology and societal changes. Since the original publication of Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age, I've been approached by many people requesting additional thinking and discussion. Four tools are available to provide dialogue: Blog for my personal reflective thoughtsWiki for collaborative content creationDiscussion forums for discussion on issues impacted by a connectivist view of learningEmail list for discussions on technology, networks and learning Most resources on this site are intended for public viewing, but contributing to the wiki or discussion forums requires registration. If you are interested in general learning and technology trends, please visit my elearnspace site.
The Flipped Classroom: What are the Pros and Cons?A guest post by Anne Wujcik You’ve probably heard at least a little bit about flipped learning. Flipping a classroom (or a lesson) typically involves reversing the way instructional time is used, delivering instruction outside of classroom time and moving “homework” into the classroom. Have you tried flipping some lessons or an entire class?en français: MOODLE et e-learning makerBonjour, J'ai également une licence ELM ... je suis plutôt d'accord avec ce qui a été dit par Thierry et Daniel (pratique pour des petites choses, pas trop compliqué à prendre en main même si une formation minimale s'impose, un rendu ludique, des activités diversifiées et une vraie logique de conception derrière tout ca mais un peu lourd en export, payant, pas toujours ergonomique, ...). Je pense que le mieux pour vous est de le tester car nous ne connaissons pas assez votre contexte et les contenus que vous souhaitez développer avec ! Comme Daniel, j'utilise plutôt Scenari et le modèle OpaleSup mais il faut admettre que c'est beaucoup plus basé sur une logique "documentaire" alors qu'ELM a une philosophie orientée "activités". Dans le détail des tentatives sur Moodle, on obtient (voir la copie d'écran ci jointe) dans le dernier paramètre cmi.suspend_data quelques données que j'interpréterais comme suit : A = numéro de l'écran d'activité D = score de l'activité Bonne journée
What To Expect From Education In 2013Guessing what the future of education holds is equal parts logic and guesswork. The logical part is simpler–take current trends and trace their arc further, doing your best to account for minor aberrations. If the majority of public education in the United States is waist-deep in adopting new academic standards, it doesn’t take Nostradamus to predict they are going to have a strong gravity about them in the education at large. What’s Certain In 2013, a theme that is absolutely certain is disruption. In 2013, those trends will continue, along with some new ideas as we begin to demand more than feel-good potential out of learning experiences for students. What To Expect From Education In 2013 1. As technology improves, increased access and diversity are two changes you can be certain of. 2. While it’d be hyperbole to suggest that in the next twelve months higher education will suddenly reinvent itself, what you likely will see in 2013 is more of an “ooze” into something a bit different. 3.
Taxonomie de BloomUn article de Wiki Paris Descartes. Des clés pour comprendre l'Université numérique Qu'est-ce qu'un objectif pédagogique ? Dans le processus enseignement- apprentissage , et pour une bonne évaluation , il est important que soient définis précisément les objectifs pédagogiques poursuivis et de les formuler clairement aux apprenants . En pédagogie, un objectif est un énoncé d’intention décrivant ce que l’apprenant saura (ou saura faire) après apprentissage. Un objectif pédagogique général décrit une compétence ou un ensemble de compétences que l’apprenant doit acquérir au terme d’une séquence d’apprentissage. Les objectifs pédagogiques généraux ne peuvent donner prise à une évaluation rigoureuse que s’ils sont rendus concrets. Formuler un objectif pédagogique opérationnel/spécifique, c'est définir pour l'élève : Taxonomie des objectifs pédagogiques de Bloom Elle permet, en outre, d'identifier la nature des capacités sollicitées par un objectif de formation et son degré de complexité.
6 Types of Blended LearningBlended Learning is not so much an innovation as it is a natural by-product of the digital domain creeping into physical boundaries. As digital and social media become more and more prevalent in the life of learners, it was only a matter of time before learning became “blended” by necessity. That said, there’s a bit more to Blended and “Hybrid” Learning than throwing in a little digital learning. 6 Types of Blended Learning Face-to-face DriverRotationFlexOnline LabSelf-BlendOnline Driver The following infographic takes a different approach to the concept, labeling it “Disruptive,” and even offering an interesting matrix.50 Powerful Ways To Use Skype In The ClassroomAdded by Katie Lepi on 2012-11-15 Collaborate! Meet with other classrooms : One of the most common projects educators utilize Skype for is setting up exchanges with classrooms around the world, usually for cultural exchange purposes or working together on a common assignment. The program’s official site provides some great opportunities to meet up with like-minded teachers and students sharing the same goals. Communicate! Parent-teacher conferences : Save gas, time, and energy by holding meetings with moms and dads via video chat instead of the usual arrangement. Connect! Art crits : Schedule time with professional artists and receive thorough crits about how to improve a piece. And here’s the tools to help you do it! Comments are closed.
Learning and EducationAs technology continues to transform our society, those responsible for our current systems of learning and education are facing overwhelming pressure to adapt. Education technology, connected learning and the rise of the Networked Society is transforming the established concept of learning, teachers’ roles and even the nature of knowledge itself. Can ICT redefine the way we learn in the Networked Society? In this video, renowned experts and educators explain how learning and education are shifting away from a model based on memorization and repetition toward one that focuses on individual needs and self-expression. Lifelong learning Formalized education is only one of many sources for the knowledge and skills we need to be able to participate in and contribute in society. Future schools Progressive schools are already exploring the revolutionary possibilities that education technology offers. An ecosystem for learning