Too often I have watched students take notes, either by mindlessly highlighting sections of a text, or jotting down seemingly random and unconnected ideas. Note taking strategies are perhaps one of the single-most important learning skills a teacher can pass on to a student, and the… 392 more words
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Som lovet, et referat fra kurset om Flipped Classroom med Anders Schunk. Jeg håber, det giver nogenlunde mening, selvom det har notepræg.
Flipped Classroom (FC) er en metode hentet fra USA (primært), og ideen er, at eleven modtager undervisning gennem video-oplæg som læreren har udvalgt/filmet. 606 more words
As more and more educational content goes online, and more and more classrooms flip, we need to re-think how we as teachers present information. I came across a site called 426 more words
Last week the school where I work held a meeting about Flipping the Classroom. Many teachers in the school have been quietly flipping for some time, in different ways, and to my mind one of the most interesting questions which arises once the flipping goes institution-wide, is the whole question of branding. 848 more words
I don’t particularly like quizzes. The snobbish English teacher in me hankers after meaty critical essays or compositions worthy of Steinbeck or Faulkner! But they can be a fun way to revise some quick content, and they certainly can stimulate that all elusive student engagement factor if made interactive and taken online, then… 350 more words