Center for Teaching and Learning What is “flipping”? Flipping the classroom is a “pedagogy-first” approach to teaching. In this approach in-class time is “re-purposed” for inquiry, application and assessment in order to better meet the needs of the individual learners. Students gain control of the learning process through studying course material outside of class, using readings, pre-recorded video lectures (using technology such as Panopto), or research assignments. Flip Your Classroom Essential Questions: Opening Doors to Student Understanding The authors of Understanding by Design explore how to design and frame essential questions that prompt students to think deeply and create a more stimulating environment for learning. More Preparing a Classroom Culture for Deeper Learning After reading an excerpt from the Declaration of Independence, students form a circle to engage in conversation about liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The inquiry circle begins with two questions posed by the teacher: What is more important, liberty or the pursuit of happiness? Are liberty and the pursuit of happiness inalienable rights? To begin, some students argue that liberty and the pursuit of happiness are only open to the people who follow rules within a society.
Learning Cycles of the Flipped Classroom Learning Cycles of the Flipped Classroom Posted by ileighanne on January 28, 2013 · Leave a Comment As promised, I’m posting a quick blog on the Learning Cycles of the Flipped Classroom. These were provided to me by Sarah Gilbert of meLearning Solutions. She referenced this post with reference to the model: User Generated Education Blog.
Flipping the Classroom: A revolutionary approach to learning presents some pros and cons Illustration by Brian Stauffer Back in 2007, two high school science teachers in Woodland Park, CO, decided to try a “crazy idea.” “We said, ‘What if we stopped lecturing and committed all our lectures to videos?’” says Jon Bergmann, now the lead technology facilitator at the Joseph Sears School in Kenilworth, IL. He and fellow educator Aaron Sams posted their short films—15 to 20 minutes long—for students to watch at home.
The flipped classroom: in elementary school, too? - DreamBox Learning By @DreamBox_Learn on March 3rd, 2014 High school chemistry teachers, Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams have been given credit for inventing the flipped classroom, but they don’t make that claim. The teachers credit Maureen Lage, Glenn Platt, and Michael Treglia (2000) for their research article “Inverting the Classroom” A Gateway to Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment.” No matter who began it, classroom flipping is rising in popularity.
Research, Reports & Studies / Research Research on Flipped Learning Looking for original research, case studies, surveys, infographics or our Literature Reviews? What is the difference between a Flipped Class and Flipped Learning? Along with the Four Pillars of F-L-I-P and 11 indicators. Written by the board and practitioners of the FLN. Project Tomorrow and the FLN:
Collaborative Learning Builds Deeper Understanding Steve Chabon: Here at the College Preparatory School in Oakland, California, collaborative learning is one of the most important ways our students learn and grow. Harrison: In math we work in groups every day, asking each other questions before we ask the teacher. Maya: In English, we lead our own round table discussions to deepen our understanding of the books we read. David Markus: College Prep is one of the top private high schools in the country and a terrific model for collaborative learning. How to ‘Flip’ your classroom Flipped Classroom – Anthony Steed Are educational paradigms beginning to shift? The digital age has meant the way in which we access information has changed immeasurably.
27 Simple Ways To Flip The Classroom 7 Ways To Use Your iPad In The Classroom 14.67K Views 0 Likes There's a plethora of ways to use your iPad in the classroom but this infographic details some insanely useful apps, methods, and ideas for all teachers.