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Links 1 through 10 of 32 by Zaid Alsagoff tagged flipped_classroom

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The Flipped Classroom is one of the most talked about movements in education, perhaps surpassed only by the iPad and online learning itself in buzz. ClassroomWindow has taken the results of their survey on the Flipped Classroom and created an infographic to help visualize some of the numbers. And while a survey and an actual study are two very different beasts indeed, the data here was overwhelmingly positive. - 88% of educators said flipping their classroom improved their job satisfaction - 67% report improved student test scores - 80% claimed improved student attitude - 99% would use it again next year

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The following video does an excellent job of exploring this idea, answering the following questions: 1. What is visual recording? 2. What tools (and apps) are available to make it work? 3. What do you need to understand to be able to do it? 4. Post-production, what do you do with the recordings when you’ve finished? It is also honest, offering the pros and cons of each app, and of the iPad itself in various learning domains.

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Tools mentioned: Padlet, Lino, TodaysMeet, Understood It, Poll Everywhere, Socrative and Exit Ticket.

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Measure students' understanding in real-time. "Students press buttons to indicate that they either understand the material or are confused by it."

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Shows some success results of technology integration in the classroom.

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The leaders of the MOOC movement acknowledge the challenges they face. Perfecting the model, says Agarwal, will require “sophisticated inventions” in many areas, from grading essays to granting credentials. This will only get harder as the online courses expand further into the open-ended, exploratory realms of the liberal arts, where knowledge is rarely easy to codify and the success of a class can hinge on a professor’s ability to guide students toward unexpected insights. The outcome of this year’s crop of MOOCs should tell us a lot more about the value of the classes and the role they’ll ultimately play in the educational system.

At least as daunting as the technical challenges will be the existential questions that online instruction raises for universities. Whether massive open courses live up to their hype or not, they will force college administrators and professors to reconsider many of their assumptions about the form and meaning of teaching.

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She thinks the revised Bloom’s Taxonomy is wrong. She agrees that the taxonomy accurately classifies various types of cognitive thinking skills. It certainly identifies the different levels of complexity. But its organizing framework is dead wrong. The article explains why so...

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The focus is on using authentic and experiential learning activities during classroom time.

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