Flipped Learning With Web 2.0 Tools
FLIPPED LEARNING WITH WEB 2.0 TOOLS
Flipped Learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, and the resulting group space is transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where the educator guides students as they apply concepts and engage creatively in the subject matter.
While often defined simplistically as "school work at home and home work at school," Flipped Learning is an approach that allows teachers to implement a methodology, or various methodologies, in their classrooms.
What is flipped learning?
Notion of inverted classroom-based learning
How does flipped learning work?
Where is flipped learning currently being used and how?
4 Pillars of Flipped Learning
Flexible environment - space, mode of delivery and timelines for learning;
Learning culture - a learner centred approach to encourage deep learning;
Intentional content - that maximises learning;
Professional educator - who guides learning and continuously improves practice.
Adapting Flipped Learning to the Gifted Students' Education
Online content creation with Web 2.0 Tools
Getting started with flipped learning?
Figure out where and when to flip your class;
Look out for classroom based activities to enhance students learning;
Identify engaging content for exposure before class;
Prepare students for the flipped approach by setting expectations.
How to Educate Gifted Students with Flipped Learning Techniques
Sample Lesson with Flipped Learning Model
Flipping the traditional classroom is both a feasible and necessary move to educate a large cohort of students on multiple campuses. Fostering meaningful learning is a shared responsibility between students and instructors and that implementing creative solutions can facilitate academic excellence and better prepare our future leaders. Instructors at other schools will use the flipped classroom described here to reinvent their classrooms in a way that empowers students to develop higher-order cognitive skills and to engage in meaningful learning that will ultimately improve the delivery of health care.