My first episode of my new video series is up! I’m putting out videos on Monday with instructional strategies and on Fridays I’ll still post my tutorial type videos.
Flipped learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space – that is to say, the traditional lecture is sent home and the homework is done in the classroom. With free tools like Google Classroom, Screencastify, and many others – flipping your classroom is pretty easy. Flipping actually makes a lot of sense by doing the ‘homework’ with the teacher so that during practice and application the ‘expert’ is there with the learner. This also transforms the classroom space into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where students are more engaged, creative, collaborative, and feel more supported.
In this video I talk to you about many of the reasons your should try flipping your lesson but also some of the reasons you shouldn’t flip. Friday’s tutorial video will be about creating a flipped lesson (link to tutorial video)