“Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?” Lecture alone is ineffective whether it is live or online. So, the challenge with the flipped classroom model is to engage students around the content in a dynamic way. Then, class time can be used to create learning communities where students communicate, collaborate and create!
Teachers wanting to flip their classroom are faced with a dilemma – “How can I make students accountable for what they are learning?” In this webinar, Shannon Holden showed educators how to use blubbr.tv to make class materials interactive for students.
In this webinar, Crystal Kirch discussed the shifts required for flipped learning, and how to design an effective flipped learning environment using her WSQ strategy. The WSQ is a tool that helps to organize content and materials, hold students accountable for actually watching the content, gives structured processing time for students to think deeply about their learning, gather feedback from students about their understanding and misconceptions, and prepares for and facilitates discussion among students during class time.
Curious about the flipped movement? Want to explore different Open Educational Resources (OER) to expand your instruction and student learning? In this webinar, Aubrey Harrison investigated why everyone is talking about flipping their classrooms.
By flipping your classroom, you can provide your students with material to review at home, and use valuable classroom time for deeper learning experiences. Flipping allows your students to learn and explore content at their own pace, and slow down or review as needed. Aubrey provided details about some effective tools that you can use to flip your own classroom.
The title “Top Ten Reasons to Flip” may sound “flippant,” but counting down the reasons provides a solid framework for analyzing powerful educational changes in classrooms that are being pedagogically “remodeled” through flipping. This webinar was more of a “why to” than a “how to”, but included links to great flipping resources for those wanting to take the plunge and go deeper.
In this webinar, presenter Randy Moczygemba offered his perspective on how rolling out one tech initiative can pave the way for others. Randy discussed his district’s 1-to-1 iPad initiative and his use of iTunes U in staff development.
In this webinar, presenters Marc Seigel and special guest Jerry Overmeyer showed teachers how to use flipped learning techniques to meet Common Core State Standards across-the-curriculum. They also shared specific strategies and tips on how they are using flipped learning to meet the new standards for higher order thinking skills.
In this webinar, presenter Crystal Kirch talked about flipping the math classroom. She shared her experience transition from traditional methods to flipped learning and tips for educators who are starting the process. She also discussed key topics and ideas to focus on while flipping.
In this webinar, presenter April Gudenrath, Department Chair High School English at Academy School District 20 in Colorado, discussed flipping the English language classroom. She talked about the common core and independent thinking, as well as depth of knowledge.
“Flipped Classroom- You keep on using that phrase. I do not think it means what you think what it means.” With so much information being introduced this can often seem true. When should you flip, how do you flip, what is flipping?
How do you make independent learning work in the classroom? How do you accomplish a flipped classroom without giving out homework, and what is a “3 Ring Circus of Learning?” Find out in this webinar “Flipped Learning Primer Part II: Flipped-Mastery Learning.”
Flipped Learning – You’ve read about it, maybe you have even attempted it. Educators in elementary and secondary schools for all disciplines are embracing Flipped Learning.Learn how to move direct instruction from the group learning space to the individual learning space so that class time can be used for active problem solving by students and one-to-one or small group tutoring with the teacher.
The “Flipping” phenomenon is sweeping the nation! Teachers are using these techniques to reach students like never before. Some teachers and administrators, however, are at the “I’ve heard of it, and I’m interested in learning more” stage of Flipping.