Flipped learning is an exciting way to maximize class time for student inquiry and investigation. 5 tips from classroom teacher Charles Willis.
Flipped learning met our criteria perfectly: the approach purposefully limits teacher time standing and delivering content, it makes use of our iPads, and puts students and their learning at the center of the classroom experience. Flipped learning opened up our 80-minute periods for more debates, discussions, analyzing primary sources and creating individual or group projects. The first change we had to make was to identify the right content for students to learn via video. Then we had to plan class time carefully to purposefully deepen student understanding.
Via Elizabeth E Charles