In Flipped Classrooms, traditional in-class activities are flipped with traditionally out-of-class activities.
|Traditional in-class activity
|Ways to flip (done out-of-class)
|Lecture, chalk & talk
|1 -4 minute video chunks, text book readings
|Teacher-led simple questioning for understanding
|Online quizzes, questions
|Note taking, summarising
|Self-paced study using videos, internet research
Using a combination of online and physical activities is termed Blended Learning
Take the passive out of the classroom, and you’ll have a more active class
Flipping frees up class time to do “homework” activities in class, all with the benefits of peer-to-peer learning and a teacher guide at the ready.
What could you do better with more time? Skills practice? Problem solving? Hands-on activities? Open-ended investigations?
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