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To Flip or not to Flip?
If Flipping is the answer, what exactly is the question?
Is it about Access? Equity? Personalisation?Differentiation?Quality teaching and learning?
Flipping has been about for some time now. Would you or could you flip your classroom? Why?
What would you expect in terms of student outcomes? Please share your stories....
This and more under the microscope in our forums....
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"Give teachers the tools, freedom, and support to be innovative and they will develop learning activities that allow students to demonstrate mastery of concepts in a creative fashion.
Yes, this type of learning can be messy at times and not always work out as planned.
However, the result will be something that stays with them for years to come and could possibly be a catalyst for even greater things....a love for learning."
Lets explore further! what might stop you flipping your classroom?
from ABC radio national
Technology plays a central role in the modern classroom. But what are the pros and cons of ditching the chalk and going digital? And do we need to go beyond teaching kids how to use software and get them to learn about the nuts and bolts of computer programming itself? We explore the challenges of using technology in the classroom and pick up on the growing international push for children to rediscover the fun of coding.
thx Ian & Mark!
ICT and the Australian Curriculum - where are we at? (forum disccussion)
Leading Technology in schools: Real people with Real Stories.
Check this out
flipping the classroom; a goldmine http://t.co/06vbU9ry
Hot off the Press: Education Week Teacher: Why Flipped Classrooms Are Here to Stay
The Flipped Classroom Model: A Full Picture:
Innovative Teaching and Learning (ITL)
also....hit the Research with Implications! section below.(why not add it to your watchlist)
current trend: Significant information around the effects of ICT on student learning.