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WSQing

WSQing
Do you use the WSQ? If so, share your ideas here! Do you need ideas on WSQing? Check out what's been shared by others here! A "WSQ" [wisk] is what we call "homework" in my Flipped Class. It is a way I have found to help my students TWRLS in math class in a way I've never seen before. My previous posts on WSQs (read these first if you don't know what a WSQ is!) Other posts about the WSQ that might interest you: My weekly reflection posts generally include an update on the WSQ process in class as well. I don't believe a "flipped classroom" should become something where students receive direct instruction at home and then work on worksheets in class. (1) make meaning of the material and make connections to other content in an environment with the support of the teacher and other classmates, (2) understand the concepts at a deeper level through practice, answering and posing questions, or explaining problems/solutions to others, and Ways to have students "WSQ" at home Open vs. Handwritten vs.

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PixiClip- A Great Tool for Creating Screencasts and Tutorials for Your Students June 27, 2014PixiClip is a great web-based interactive whiteboard with huge potential for educational uses. PixiClip allows you to easily record your screen and share it with others.It provides an online canvas on which you can type, narrate, draw, sketch, and upload images to mark-up. You can record the whole process of your work on the canvas accompanied with your voice.

Criticism and Creation This is a new type of blog post that I am working on, a variation on the #FLIPCLASS DIARY theme where I am attempting to give some technology integration lessons in a simple format, focusing on the overview, applications used, and impact on the lesson. In all honesty, i am also trying to avoid doing taxes so I am guaranteed to accomplish that goal at least. As always, love the feedback (here or on social networks) and the Retweets. I am beginning to gauge which blogs are working (Flipclass and BYOT commentary) and which ones don't (3 rants in a week cannibalize on themselves). Flipped Learning, Competency & Mastery Research | News New Report Shares Global Practices for Competency-Based Ed By Dian Schaffhauser10/14/14 Finland chooses its teachers from the top 10 percent of high school graduates and requires them to attain a research-based master's degree at state expense. Swedish students learn according to clearly articulated national standards, and can break down and express the standards for each week, such as, "During this week my goal will be to understand and be able to..."

Announcing: The Flipped Learning Network As Aaron and I have been all over training teachers we have come to the realization that the key to making flipped class movement grow is the need to train teachers in this new methodology. We realize that we could go on the lecture-consulting circuit and become experts, but we realize that flipping is much bigger than the two of us. We have always had the heart to simply help teachers do what is best for their students. To that end we recently launched the Flipped Learning Network ( a nonprofit organization that has the vision and goals listed below. VIsion and goals of the Flipped Learning Network:

Why I Gave Up Flipped Instruction A little over a year ago I wrote a post about the flipped classroom, why I loved it, and how I used it. I have to admit, the flip wasn’t the same economic and political entity then that it is now. And in some ways, I think that matters. Modifying the Flipped Classroom: The "In-Class" Version So. You've tried flipping your class, and it didn't go well. Or you've heard about flipping and want to try the approach, but you're pretty sure it won't work in your school. Don't give up yet -- with a slight twist, flipping might be possible for you after all.

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