Category Archives: Flipped learning

Blended Learning: Principles, Pointers and Practices for Teachers

Free online training course on blended learning: https://set.et-foundation.co.uk/news-events/blogs-and-articles/set-news/free-online-blended-learning-course-now-available/   James Kieft on how COVID-19 could alter the way we plan for learning and deliver lessons next year: http://james-thinks-its-worth-a-look.blogspot.com   What is blended learning? https://www.panopto.com/blog/what-is-blended-learning/ https://ictevangelist.com/top-5-tools-blended-learning/   Three principles for designing … Continue reading

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Pandemic Pedagogy: Questions For Exploring TLA Practices In The Virtual Realm 080520

As teachers develop new ways of working in virtual spaces with learners throughout the COVID-19 outbreak, I am hearing conversations starting about the nature of pandemic pedagogy. For many teachers it has been a complex and challenging journey to bring … Continue reading

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The trouble with technology: Overcoming the challenges of distance teaching and remote working

Tackling the challenges of remote teaching and learning Is it fundamentally impossible to get remote learning to work as well as classroom-based learning? Are there things we could do to improve it that we are not doing? Plenty of food for … Continue reading

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Cloud-based presentation tools for teaching and learning

Great summary of a range of cloud-based presentation tools that we can use/adapt in teaching and learning contexts. Thanks to Martin Compton for sharing this with me. Cloud-based presentation tools

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Date for your diary:E-tools CPD day in London on September 26th 2014

  This looks like a really practical and useful event to attend, if you want to explore e-tools for teaching and learning and also share experiences with others. Could be a great one for coaches, advanced practitioners, teacher trainers and … Continue reading

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Not well-equipped for flipped? How the in-class flip might help develop your learners’ skills

The problem with flipped learning…. There is a lot of comment in the blogosphere about flipped learning, about the possibilities of engaging learners outside the classroom with activities that cover core content and therefore freeing up class time for higher … Continue reading

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Have you tried the in class flip yet? Article and video clip

The article http://www.edutopia.org/blog/flipped-classroom-in-class-version-jennifer-gonzalez The video clip    

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Have you explored Take Away Homework and Flipped Learning yet? Links List

Great introduction to how and why you might want to use TAH  http://teachertoolkit.me/2014/01/28/takeawayhmk-is-unhomework/  Personal views of TAH in practice  http://belmontteach.wordpress.com/2014/03/10/takeaway-homework/  Useful intro to what flipped learning is  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LH4OahHPmsA Personal views of benefits and applications of flipped learning   http://frischmath.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/how-to-flip-classroom-let-me-count-ways.html  

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