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Flipping Instruction for Struggling Students

Teacher Reboot Camp

“The “Flipped Classroom” starts with one question: what is the best use of my face-to-face class time?” When our students come back to the classroom, they will have the foundational knowledge to add to discussions or complete activities. To discover the history of Flipped Classrooms, see this infographic. The notes are saved on their Google Drive accounts. .

Flipping Instruction for Struggling Students

Teacher Reboot Camp

“The “Flipped Classroom” starts with one question: what is the best use of my face-to-face class time?” When our students come back to the classroom, they will have the foundational knowledge to add to discussions or complete activities. To discover the history of Flipped Classrooms, see this infographic. The notes are saved on their Google Drive accounts. .

Tips from the pros: Making an Enriched Virtual program work for your students

The Christensen Institute

Unlike the Flipped Classroom , Enriched Virtual programs usually don’t require daily school attendance; some programs may only require twice-weekly attendance, for example. The Enriched Virtual is considered a disruptive blended-learning model because it transforms the student learning experience beyond just adding an online-learning feature to a traditional classroom. This network includes peer observation and feedback in the classroom.

#flipgridfever: New features for fall

NeverEndingSearch

I’ve used Flipgrid for class threaded discussion, for simulations and case studies, for storytelling, for gathering voices for research and presentations and so much more. Classroom accounts may now create custom feedback rubrics by deciding on criteria and points.

The Business of Education Technology

Hack Education

” “Taking action,” in this case, meant releasing some case studies and posting a notice on the Federal Register about how a competitive grant program could provide a more “innovative” way to build assessments. “Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and Google Are Fighting a War for the Classroom,” Edutechnica wrote in June , with a look at how many colleges have adopted their competing “pseudo-LMSes.”