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El Centro Superior para la Enseñanza Virtual es una fundación destinada a promover la enseñanza virtual a través de la aplicación de las TIC en la educación superior (RT @mbarreralyx: Interesante Blog y portal a descubrir sobre Enseñanza Virtual...
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How to Choose the Right Tools for your Flipped Classroom

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Depending on your own particular situation, school, budget and students, the right tools for your Flipped classroom are the ones that suit you the best.

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Flipped Classroom. No se trata de utilizar vídeo en lugar de la explicación del profesor. Hay muchas más posibilidades y herramientas. 

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Keep the lectures at home: New ‘flipped classroom’ model focuses class-time on experiments in Easthampton | GazetteNet.com

Keep the lectures at home: New ‘flipped classroom’ model focuses class-time on experiments in Easthampton | GazetteNet.com | EDUCACIÓN 3.0 - EDUCATION 3.0 | Scoop.it

Easthampton High School junior Kevin Van Oudenhove may not be familiar with the term “flipped classroom.” But he knows there’s something different about the honors chemistry class he’s taking this semester.

For homework, Van Oudenhove’s teacher, Shawn Sheehan, asks students to watch videotaped lectures and other lesson materials posted on his website. Class time is devoted to solving equations, conducting lab experiments and working on group research projects.


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