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Some alternative grammar lesson

Although I have not been a teacher for such a long time, I have often been confronted with students reacting rather hesitantly towards grammar lessons. 384 more words

Being A Language Teacher

Flipped Classroom - Year 3

This will be my third year using the Flipped Classroom model, and I finally feel like I’m getting into a groove. If new videos need to be made, it’s easily done – recording, editing, posting – all in a short amount of time. 828 more words

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The Flipped Classrooms - thoughts for kids' ministry

In my first post about Flipped Classrooms I reviewed the excellent book Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams. 695 more words

Children's Ministry

Here's why I never have to teach anything boring again

I wish I could say that’s because of my teaching panache as a visual journalism professor at UMass Amherst. But the reason is more universal. By creating a blended learning classroom—and incorporating external Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)—I can now confidently outsource what’s boring, remedial, monotonous and binary to self-guided online lessons. 609 more words

How to bluff your way through the changes affecting English language teaching!

Andrew Dilger and Sophie Rogers, former English language teachers, are part of the Professional Development team at Oxford University Press. In this tongue-in-cheek post, they consider some of the issues that any self-respecting ‘bluffer’ should be looking at over the long summer break. 1,066 more words

Professional Development

Study: AP Chemistry Students in Flipped Classroom Outperform Students in a Traditional Classroom

We’ve written about flipped classrooms on the blog before: In a traditional classroom, the instructor lectures, presents information to the students, and then the students work through problems on their own as homework. 206 more words

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Blended Learning, Flipped Classrooms, and Yellow Notes

One of the latest buzz words in higher education is the “flipped classroom”. This approach to teaching and learning is a blended approach where the lectures are moved onto an asynchronous learning platform while the classroom becomes a place to reinforce student engagement and deepen their mastery of skills. 314 more words

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