Online tutorial site will work with 47 schools and educational programs to make Khan videos a routine part of K-12 learning.
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This is the first in a short series of guest posts. Each guest will be sharing their story of transformation. Each illustrates how one teacher transformed their classroom and their teaching practice.
I observed how some students made progress in exercises without necessarily demonstrating understanding of the underlying concepts. The practice of “pattern matching” is something that Ben Eater and Sal had mentioned on several occasions, but seeing some of it happening …
As many students can attest, video creation doesn’t have to be difficult and it certainly doesn’t have to be scary. One teacher shares how the flipped classroom can be a lesson in media literacy for students and teachers alike.
An amateur teacher who rocketed to fame on the Internet tells us how he’ll take his free video tutorials to the next level.
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The flip’s gradual disappearance from our learning space hasn’t been a conscious decision: it’s simply a casualty of our progression from a teacher-centred classroom to a student-centred one.
How can I tell if Peer Instruction is really working? As a beginning instructor, I was skeptical of teaching approaches that seemed to delegate teaching responsibilities to the student.
Learn about the pros and cons of the Flipped Classroom model.
In this post you’ll find some multimedia mega-sites found on the web that can be used in the PBL classroom and the Flipped Classroom.
If you ever wondered whether professional scientists are skeptical about some of the incredibly fun, attractive and brief online videos that purport to explain scientific principles in a few minutes, you’d be right.
ISTE and ASCD have released a new guide for educators and administrators looking to “flip” their classrooms. The flipped classroom is a relatively new teaching model, where lectures become homework and traditional homework becomes classwork.
Many assumptions and misconceptions around the flipped class concept are circulating in educational and popular media. This article will address, and hopefully put to rest, some of the confusion and draw a conclusion on why flipped learning is a sound …
Here are five can’t-miss resources for planning your own flipped lessons.