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The Flipped Classroom

The flipped classroom is a pedagogical model/theory of teaching in where a traditional lecture and take-home work of a course are reversed to maximize learning outcomes. While this methodology of instruction is relatively new, educators are finding it to be a more academically invigorating method for teaching. This collection provides a brief introduction to the flipped model and a series of resources that aides teachers who want to use the flipped method in their respective classrooms.
A Collection By Ambar Paulino
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The Flipped Classroom
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    A practical and short infographic for teachers interested in creating a “flipped” classroom environment. The graphic outlines the three easy steps an expert educator uses to flip his classroom: 1. Record, 2. Watch, 3. Active Learning, and features some of the activities and procedures he uses to engage students in the flipped learning environment.
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    This resource, published don the Educational Technology and Mobile Network outlines the four pillars of the 'Flipped' classroom environment. The F-L-I-Pped classroom, according to this resource should include: a flexible learning environment, encourage learning culture, include intentional content, and be led by a professional educator trained to implement such practices. This resource provides a short checklist for educators to follow when implementing the four pillars of flipped learning.
  • Flipped PD

    Website
    magic.piktochart.com
    magic.piktochart.com
    Ambar Paulino says:
    A short and informative infographic for educators seeking to use flipped learning methodologies in the classroom. This 6-step guide outlines the strategies for flipping professional development activities for instructors. While other guides focus on training educators on how to flip their classroom- this resource aims to educate the educator on PD to prepare them for the flipped classroom environment. It provides two user-friendly texts for further reading.
  • edutopia.org
    edutopia.org

    Should You Flip Your Classroom?

    Article
    Ambar Paulino says:
    This blog post, originally posted on Edutopia.com lists the pros and cons of “flipped instruction.” This is a great tool for educators looking to blend learning pedagogies in their classroom environments. It provides a section for reflection— an easy 4-step guide for instructors to study before taking the plunge into flipped learning. It also provides links with further resources for instructors who wish to move on and provide such opportunities for their students.
  • Examples of Flipped Classes in K12 Setting

    Website
    flippingclasspedagogyandtools.weebly.com
    flippingclasspedagogyandtools.weebly.com
    Ambar Paulino says:
    An excellent resource for primary school teachers seeking to implement flipped learning methodologies in the traditional classroom setting. These lessons provide a detailed outline of teaching objects and methods of flipped instruction. The very first lesson-A Flipped Kindergarten Lesson, is excellent for young learners. I highly recommend adapting these lessons to your students learning objectives/goals.
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BloomBoard Asks:What does flipped learning mean to you? Do you think it is possible to mix this method of instruction with traditional teaching pedagogical methods? Why or why not do you recommend flipped learning?