In urban centers, children not only face poverty, but also high mobility between campuses in a school district, or school districts within their "home" city. Worse, turbulent home environments make learning at home an unstable proposition. Flipped classroom boast great results, but what about the poor, the homeless, who fight for a bite to eat in the night, trying to survive the chaos of parents unable to keep themselves, much less their children, in a stable environment conducive to learning?
A continuación, haré una narración de mi paso por el excelente curso #eduPLEmooc dictado por EducaLab e Intef mooc, del Ministerio de Educación y Deportes del Gobierno de España. Gracias...! David Álvarez, Clara Cobos y Diego García por su excelente labor como Tutores-Facilitadores-Dinamizadores.
How would you flip a classroom with iPads? For fun, here's a quick exploration of 3 ways it might happen with iPad apps. If you're already doing it, please share a link in the comments area! It seems pretty obvious that flipped classroom is an idea that has enchanted many folks. After all...consider the excerpts from articles I've been reading lately...
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