This is a five-unit module about flipping your classroom. [Register Here if you have not done so already] While flipping is ideal in a one-to-one environment, don’t be afraid to explore the possibility even without that situation. There are many ways to flip your classroom!
The Flipped Classroom has become the rage in recent years. Now that more schools are embracing the use of technology, this is a great first step towards customized learning. It can be done in any grade level, for any subject.
For this module, you will need the book Flip Your Classroom by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams. If you are an Amazon user, you will find it here.
You will find all the assignments on the pages listed below for each unit. Any questions, please contact Julie Erickson: firstname.lastname@example.org.
have a stronger understanding of flipped classroom
be able to identify the elements of the flipped classroom
explore tools to create videos
create a video for use with students
have an understanding of the Cornell Note Taking method
explore mastery learning vs. traditional grading
explore planning a more meaningful lesson with extra classroom time
consider project based learning
compare the pros and cons of Flipped Learning
create a video and detailed lesson plan for use with students
Unit 1 - What is the Flipped Classroom?
Unit 2 - Media
Unit 3 - Assessment
Unit 4 - Better Use of Classroom Time
Unit 5 - Putting it together
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