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Copy of the flipped classroom

MLD talks

marylou berndt

on 8 March 2013

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Transcript of Copy of the flipped classroom

what is the flipped classroom? screencast
videorecording how to do it? record your lessons
screencast your lessons
use ready videos prepare your students post your screencast :
http://metuitaliano-201.wikispaces.com/ Students demonstrate what they have learned how? so now that you have more time in class, what do you do? work in groups
give feedback work on their
questions practice drawbacks No spontaneous questions
there may be some resistance
lack of internet access advantages the content of the lesson becomes more easily accessed and controlled by the learner
useful if the students miss up something
more time in class to spend with students
students may want to go along alone and explore by themselves This is my experience which I shared with you because I believe that just by sharing we became better teachers http://sync.in/os0eRXanzf http://www.screenr.com/ http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/ screencast Why should you use it Alessandra Nicolosi Are you upset about your lessons' routine? Then, 'upset' your lessons MLD Talks II: Small Ideas for Great Teaching
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