I attended a session which titled “flipping classroom”. I didn’t know what it exactly means but assumed it’s a teaching method.
Here I searched this term and collected helpful information.
- “What is a flipped classroom? (in 60 seconds)” created by the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Texas at Austin. It explains “flipped classroom” simply and clearly.
- “Flipped Learning and Flipped CPD” written by Lyn Lall from JISC RSC.
- “Flipped learning” presented by Steve Saffhill from JISC RSC.
- “Forget flipping the classroom, flip assessment” written by Alan Cann.
- “Flipping the classroom” tutorials from the Educational Technology for School Leaders
- A Flipped Classroom Infographic from Knewton (see below).
To make flipped learning easier, using educational technologies or learning technologies are essential.
- “5 Digital Tools For The Flipped Classroom” recommended on the Teachthought website.
- “The 10 Best Web Tools For Flipped Classrooms” recommended on the edudemic website.
- TechSmith provides some excellent products for educators.
- textwall is a pedagogical sms tool, allowing you to interact with your learners or audience.