Presentation on theme: "Flipped Learning. Question??? How many of you have curriculums/syllabuses that require students to know, recall and understand: – Key Terms – Theories."— Presentation transcript:
Question??? How many of you have curriculums/syllabuses that require students to know, recall and understand: – Key Terms – Theories – Rules How can we get this information to our students but still have time to then develop and apply these concepts in lesson
Task For your HWK I would like you to watch my lesson on Flipped learning, this is what we will be looking at next lesson. While you are watching the lesson you need to do the following: – Level 4 – Write 10 words about flipped learning. – Level5 – Write a 30 second speech about flipped learning. – Level 6 – Create a step – by –step guide to flipped learning.
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The lesson Level 4 (All): Define what flipped learning is. List the key features of flipped learning. Recall without the use of notes what flipped learning is. Level 5 (Most): Explain the effects of using this teaching and learning technique. Level 6 (Some) Argue for and against the use of flipped learning at Wrenn School.
What resources are out there?? Too many!! – needs iPad to create the lesson. Task Work in pairs. 5 minutes to find some resources that may prove to be useful. Write any web address on the board. If more than one group finds it, initial it to make it more credible.