What Is A Flipped Classroom Model?

Fractus Learning

The flipped classroom is an education model that sort of happened naturally. In 2007, two chemistry teachers at Woodland Park High School in Colorado, Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams, discovered flipping that would impact traditional teaching models. What Is Flipped Learning?

4 Questions about the flipped classroom teachers must answer

Neo LMS

The flipped classroom is one of our favorite topics on this blog, because it is a simple concept with big results. Flipped”, here does not mean crazy or way-out (although some would argue it is), it literally means inverting the traditional classroom model. Where once class-time was spent with the teacher at the front giving instruction, the flipped classroom has students receiving instruction at home via digital channels.

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The Best Flipped Classroom Software Tools For Flipped Learning In 2021

Fractus Learning

What are the best-flipped learning apps for K-12 grades in flipped classrooms? The best-flipped classroom tools can transform and remodel classroom teaching, allowing in-depth learning and personalized attention that can help learners improve their grades.

4 important questions teachers in the flipped classroom must answer

Neo LMS

The flipped classroom is one of our favorite topics on this blog, because it is a simple concept with big results. Flipped”, here does not mean crazy or way-out (although some would argue it is), it literally means inverting the traditional classroom model; where once class-time was spent with the teacher at the front giving instruction, the flipped classroom has students receiving instruction at home via digital channels.

Why Flipped Classrooms Fail

Turn to Your Neighbor

As a champion of the popular flipped learning method developed by Eric Mazur , this phrase always hits me hard when I hear it from fellow educators. Over the years, I’ve run into many different accounts of experiments in innovative teaching and flipped classrooms, not just Peer Instruction, gone awry. ” About flipped learning with videos, “I tried it but my students didn’t watch the videos.”

Why Flipped Classrooms Fail

Turn to Your Neighbor

As a champion of the popular flipped learning method developed by Eric Mazur , this phrase always hits me hard when I hear it from fellow educators. ” About flipped learning with videos, “I tried it but my students didn’t watch the videos.” ” And even about the student engagement all-star, project-based learning: “I gave it a shot but my students perform better when I lecture.”

Why Flipped Classrooms Fail

Turn to Your Neighbor

As a champion of the popular flipped learning method developed by Eric Mazur , this phrase always hits me hard when I hear it from fellow educators. Over the years, I’ve run into many different accounts of experiments in innovative teaching and flipped classrooms, not just Peer Instruction, gone awry. ” About flipped learning with videos, “I tried it but my students didn’t watch the videos.”

The Must-Have Tools in My Flipped Classroom

Edsurge

When I first began flipping my math class in 2010, the ability to screencast, upload video to the web and have students watch lectures at their own pace was exciting and innovative. Though it was a step in the right direction toward a more personalized and student-centered classroom, a couple of tech tools that have emerged during the past few years have truly changed my thinking about what is possible for the flipped classroom.

5 Ways to Address Student Resistance in the Flipped Classroom

Fractus Learning

Students forced to take major responsibility for their own learning go through some or all of the steps psychologists associate with trauma and grief: Shock, Denial, Strong emotion, Resistance and withdrawal, Struggle and exploration, Return of confidence, and Integration and success” (Felder & Brent, 1996, p. They break away from the ‘norms’ you typically see in a classroom. Instead, you’ll see students engaged in a task and solving a problem. Assess often.

Bending the rules of flipped classrooms

Neo LMS

Flipped classrooms are the bread and butter of e-learning and have defined the education landscape in the past few years or so. But sometimes we still feel there is that sorely-lacking element which could increase student engagement practices or even augment different learning techniques to enhance the learning experience. Educators have played with the flipped classroom and applied a lot of techniques and approaches to increase student engagement and interaction.

Why flipping the classroom just makes sense

Neo LMS

There is no question that school closures and the transition to remote learning have been a challenge for many students and educators, especially for children without access to devices and internet connectivity at home. The flipped classroom concept. Flipped Classroom

Why Flipped Classrooms Fail Part 3

Turn to Your Neighbor

Flipped classrooms sometimes fall flat. In this third and final post, we continue our exploration of why flipped classrooms fail (see Part 1 and Part 2 ). You will gain diverse perspectives and new strategies from expert practitioners in K-12 and higher education including flipped learning pioneer, Aaron Sams. We encourage you to interact with us and contribute your own theories on flip class flops in the comments section or via Twitter.

Why Flipped Classrooms Fail Part 3

Turn to Your Neighbor

Flipped classrooms sometimes fall flat. In this third and final post, we continue our exploration of why flipped classrooms fail (see Part 1 and Part 2 ). You will gain diverse perspectives and new strategies from expert practitioners in K-12 and higher education including flipped learning pioneer, Aaron Sams. We encourage you to interact with us and contribute your own theories on flip class flops in the comments section or via Twitter.

Paper: Flipped Classroom Works When Students Cooperate

K-12 Schools - Education News

The UK National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) has revealed the benefits and challenges of flipped classroom learning for mathematics. Through a small study, the researchers found that the approach helped students take responsibility for their learning while teachers reported positive and faster learning outcomes compared to the implementation of a traditional learning model. I think it is fantastic that they (students) come in at a better starting point.”.

Formative Assessment: Collecting Data & Designing Differentiated Learning Experiences in Class or Online

Catlin Tucker

The more physical distance between the teacher and the learner, the more challenging it is to collect formative assessment data consistently. Teachers learn so much from listening to their students engaging in conversation or observing them as they work through a problem or task.

How to Enhance Any Curriculum With Short, Engaging, Accurate Videos

Edsurge

Today, as an associate teaching professor of economics at Penn State in University Park, Pennsylvania, Wooten is on the flip side of the camera; he creates his own short educational videos to enhance traditional reading materials and lectures. Today’s students generally want deeper or more nuanced information from their professors,” he says. Today’s students generally want deeper or more nuanced information from their professors. Make videos engaging and appealing.

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10 Awesome Courses To Improve Your Online Classroom

The CoolCatTeacher

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter Teaching online and blending classrooms is a hot topic, but there’s always room for improvement. In this blog post, you’ll discover ten topics that can help you improve your online or blended classroom.

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An overview of active Learning.

Linways Technologies

Why does it work so well and how to implement active learning in your classrooms. Active learning is an approach in which students are engaged in the learning process. In teaching-learning, there is a lot of importance in keeping the students involved and engaged in the session.

Five (Easy-to-Implement) Ways Video Can Have a Powerful Impact on Teaching and Learning

Edsurge

The days of standing in front of the classroom and “lecturing” are long gone. By using video, teachers can keep students engaged in new and innovative ways. Video is also proving to have solid results when it comes to learning outcomes—from higher test scores to increased engagement with learning materials to increased comprehension. Including video in classroom instruction offers numerous benefits for both educators and students.

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20 Ways to Personalize Your Learning This Summer

The CoolCatTeacher

Blended Learning In my opinion, the best 21st-century classrooms are “bricks” and “clicks,” blending together the best of face-to-face and online. Blended Learning Classrooms are made of “bricks’ and “clicks” and every teacher should be ready.

How Improving Student Feedback and Teaching Data Science Restored Our Classroom Culture

Edsurge

Over winter break in 2015, I found myself scouring the internet for career alternatives that would take me out of the classroom. I was in my fifth year of teaching at Forest Ridge, an independent all-girls school serving students in grades 5-12 in Bellevue, Wash., and I was feeling isolated in a room with students who didn’t seem to want to engage with my class, despite all my efforts to bring enthusiasm and passion to my work. Anonymous student.

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Reaching the Quiet Kids in Class

Edsurge

As a student, my mindset was that everything needed to be perfect; anything less was unacceptable. However, from the time I was in elementary school, it was difficult to complete assessments on time, and it always took me unreasonably long to finish homework in the evening. As he lectured, he would randomly pick names from the stack to call on students. I understand the importance of engaging every student and making sure each child is actively listening.

How Academic Publishers Can Push the Boundaries of Digital Learning

Edsurge

The rising cost of printed textbooks—as well as tuition and university life—have made them unaffordable for many students. As a result, more students are turning to used books, rentals, shared copies, illegal downloads, and other online sources. In order to succeed in a rapidly changing market, educators, students, and publishers need to evolve. Going digital offers students other benefits, including: Portability— Numerous courses or books can be stored on a single device.

Removing the Limitations in a Digital Environment

Fractus Learning

I have had a lot of noneducators talk to me about technology in the classroom. Good teaching and sound student-directed learning is not, and should not be, device dependent. If you only had six laptops in your classroom, how would you best utilize them? The reason that it’s generally easier for them to see how this model could work for their students is because they are already accustomed to using learning stations in their daily instruction.

Should the teacher be a guide on the side rather than being a sage on the stage

Linways Technologies

Teaching, is always placed under scrutiny and speculative assessments to measure their effectiveness and efficiency. Since the past century or so, we have come a long way to identify new teaching methods and better understanding of the way students learn in the classrooms. Many experts believe that lecturing is not a complete solution and we should place student at the centre to devise a better plan for education. Student engagement is high in this approach.

GoClass

Technology Tidbits

GoClass is a wonderful new (beta) site/app for flipping a classroom. This is a fantastic solution for educators to be able to manage their classes/students and create dynamic lessons that can be shared on mobile devices. Students can login to a session on their mobile device and then follow the lesson following the "show-explain-ask" method. Teachers can then get instant real-time feedback on student engagement and learning as well as attendance.

Top 15 Sites and Apps for Flipped Learning

Technology Tidbits

A "Flipped Classroom" is a classroom that uses class time to do activities/lessons (guided by the teacher) and "homework" time (at home) for guided instruction (usually through video). Basically, it turns a classroom upside down (or on it's head) where the learning of a topic is done at home and then they applied practice or "work" is done at school. For an excellent info-graphic on what a "Flipped Classroom" is click here.

The pivotal role of edtech in the hybrid classroom

Neo LMS

In particular, students and educators saw their usual routine completely turned upside down. They were unprepared for the vast impact the virus would have on how students learn and education settings operate. The pivotal role of edtech in the hybrid classroom.

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Distance learning during the pandemic: Improvise. Adapt. Overcome!

Neo LMS

As educators, we try to teach our students not only the general notions of Maths, Geography, Literature, and so on but also the basics of how to be responsible human beings that will thrive in the future. It holds student engagement.

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4 Ways to Discover the Best Edtech

Digital Promise

This resulted in a frenzy to find an app or a website to use in the classroom with students. But we now know that a website or an app is only as powerful as its effectiveness in instruction and engagement. Technology can bring about new learning opportunities, support student engagement, help create a collaborative learning environment, and provide necessary and immediate feedback, among other digital age skills. Will this product enrich students?

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How teachers can go blended (when they’re the only one)

The Christensen Institute

Perhaps each classroom only receives a few computers, or perhaps blended learning is not a priority for school administration. So how might a teacher blend their classroom without the support of a school- or district-wide initiative? A teacher looking to blend a single classroom might opt for a sustaining rather than a disruptive innovation vis-à-vis blended learning. Students complete gamified learning exercises on Siyavula’s Everything Maths at home.

The four levels of the Kirkpatrick model for evaluation

Linways Technologies

The objective for this level is plain and simple; it evaluates how students react to the teaching by evaluating the student’s thoughts. These evaluations will tell you if the student had engaged enough and their experience was fruitful.

Finding your perfect strategy in online teaching

Linways Technologies

The classroom was a very dynamic and versatile environment even before it was online. There are many more instructional models, guidelines, strategies, theories, all have come together to make the classroom teaching-learning a very complex and intricate affair. Watch the students.

Looking for teaching inspiration? Here are 5 cool strategies for you to try in your classrooms to make learning more fun.

Linways Technologies

However, teachers can have it hard to maintain engagement and capture the interest of their students over the course of a whole year or semester. Also, teachers can use several teaching strategies or techniques in order to make learning fun and keep the interest of the students.

5 effective teaching techniques for online classrooms

Linways Technologies

We’ve decided to write about teaching techniques for online classrooms because it defines the future of education. We have previously written about other aspects of online learning and improving the teaching-learning process in online classrooms.