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Flipped Learning

Flipped learning is when traditional classroom lecture time is reversed with homework time. This approach frees up classroom instruction for more hands-on, collaborative, and authentic learning.
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Flipped Learning
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    When committing to flipping your class, there are technology tools teachers should utilize. This site arranges these tools into four categories: Video Creation, Video Hosting, Video Interaction, and Learning Management. This link is suitable for teachers beginning their journey into flipped learning as well as more experienced flippers.
  • panopto.com
    panopto.com

    7 Unique Flipped Classroom Models: Which is Right for You?

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    Kelly Flynn says:
    Mark Frydenberg describes the flipped learning approach as he states, “It is not a ‘one size fits all model.” As we know, each classroom is unique in its size, ability levels, socioeconomic parameters, family arrangements, technology availability, and technological expertise of the teacher as well as the students. This link offers 7 flipped models you'll want to consider as you find the approach best for your classroom.
  • flippedclassroomworkshop.com
    flippedclassroomworkshop.com

    Exploring The Bergmann & Sams School of Flipped Learning

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    Kelly Flynn says:
    The flipped classroom concept was born in the high school classrooms of Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams. These remarkable high school teachers spurred this movement following frustration they felt with not having enough class time to accomplish curriculum goals and subject content. Jon and Aaron have created an abundance of exceptional content supporting the flipped learning model. This website is an excellent avenue for discovering more about the flipped learning philosophy.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    This link connects you to a great Infographic which illustrates major ideas behind flipped learning. It provides a detailed definition of the concept, the history behind it, and a theoretical framework supporting the flipped approach. This would be a great piece to show teachers who are considering flipped learning or to show students and families if this style of learning is new to them.
  • EDpuzzle

    Webtool
    edpuzzle.com
    edpuzzle.com
    Kelly Flynn says:
    Through this tool, teachers can incorporate videos and tailor them with voiceovers and engaging questions throughout the clip. Along with this capability, teachers can track students' progress throughout the assignment by determining how many times they have viewed a video as well as how they scored on each section of the clip. This is a valuable resource to incorporate into a flipped learning environment as each student's learning is matched to their particular skill level.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    This PowerPoint gives insight into flipped learning methods while also providing a list of pros and cons to consider when selecting this learning format. A variety of links and resources are also available through this presentation.