C’est un nouveau conceptqui fait florès dans le monde de l’éducation, et que les ango-saxons appellent laflipped classroom (la classe renversée). Le principe est simple : la leçon est renvoyée au travail personnel du soir, tandis que les devoirs, les applications pratiques, sont réalisées en classe. Rien de révolutionnaire a priori si ce n’est que l’usage et les possibilités des TIC augmentent et renforcent la pratique et que la systématisation et la conceptualisation de la classe renversée modifient fortement la pédagogie au quotidien.
There have been many school reform trends over the past few years: student response systems, video games for math, mobile phones for learning—but none have completely transformed the notion of learning like the flipped classroom.
Help for a lost iPadding teacher - Student-centred Learning with iPads n' stuff - @MrWellsICT (Posting tomorrow on the #Flipped #Classroom still being relevant while chalk-&-talk continues. Any comments to add?
Many educators are beginning to become aware of the growing teaching method referred to as “Flipping The Classroom”. Simply put… the teacher provides videos for homework, while traditional home work is done in class under teacher supervision. Unfortunately this might be just too simplistic of a definition. Possible this is why using the words “simply put” may not be the best practice in explaining anything.
I believe that there is a huge opportunity for these two trends to join forces: that the principles of the flipped classroom model of instruction combined with the power of 1:1 technology can create a truly flipped classroom where it isn’t just the...
Veteran high-school teacher Carolyn Durley is a pro at delivering lectures from the front of her class and after two decades of teaching, she knows what her students need to learn to pass provincial exams.
We need to change the vocabulary. The term “flipped classroom” has an implication of isolated instances or a single mode of instruction … sort of like, “If you do x, y and z, then you have a flipped classroom.” I want to lay out major themes that can be found in all instances of flipping. Flipped learning as an idea encompasses a variety of individual practices that are tailored from class to class, by teachers, to meet the needs of their students. The practices and methods teachers use vary, just as traditional teaching methods vary from class to class. However, there are philosophical parallels between any two classes that promote flipped learning.