The Other Side to a Flipped Class – ExitTicket Student Response System

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Conversations about flipped lessons usually focus about at-home instruction. But what about the other side to a flipped class: the in-class portion?

Louise Robinson-Lay‘s insight:

This shows how flipping can be an effective tool for differentiation and for holding students accountable for their learning.

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Flipped Classroom Tips (From A Teacher Who Is Mid-Flip) – Edudemic

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A simple search of the flipped classroom topic still produces numerous responses. An academic search in ProQuest produces over 2,000 scholarly articles published in each of the last 4 years.

Louise Robinson-Lay‘s insight:

To flip or not to flip, that is the question. ( sorry Hamlet!) deciding to flip your classroom can take enormous amounts of time and creative energy. The jury is still out on the educational value of it too. This writer still believes it is worth it even though early research data suggests it has no significant effect. It is clear that. Ore research is needed in this area and that will take time. I think I would rather develop a hybrid model where I flip some sections of my courses and leave others as is. Often the middle road is the one that has the best of both worlds. Maybe I’m being over cautious or a bit lazy?

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The MTT2K Prize and Kudos for Khan

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Cautionary tale. Don’t use resources before checking them. Here’s your chance to check the veracity of the Khan Academy videos. Maybe you could even win a prize for doing it!

It follows on from a critique of Khan Academy’s maths video on multiplying negative numbers by two US educators who rightly took issue with some of the inconsistencies in the ways that Khan explained the concepts. To his credit, Khan took down the offending video and re-edited it. The internet at work!
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