During a course I took, Computer Applications in Education, I was required to review a book related to educational technology instruction, give the key points, strengths and weaknesses, as well as give ideas as to how I would apply some of the ideas from the book in my own instruction. 1,544 more words
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Over the Easter long weekend a spate of articles about Flipped Learning were published. Eddie Woo’s profile as the “Kim Kardashian of the maths teaching world” (Adam Spencer), was further enforced, with appearances in articles by the S… 599 more words
Through an in-depth analysis of quantitative and qualitative data, this article offers a case study of the advantages and challenges in the application of the flipped learning approach… 167 more words
Flipped Learning is a SUBSET.
The relationship between both (Blended and Flipped Learning); 1) set learning objective, 2) teaching approaches and 3) collaboration and reflection 4) integration of technology in teaching. 29 more words
As teachers we are constantly thrown new things for our brains to catch. Some things are great but not practical, some are practical but not that great and when we are lucky, some are caught. 618 more words
Science is about understanding the natural world – our bodies, our environment, our universe. Scientific knowledge is built from observable physical evidence. On Earth, we are familiar with how physics affects our everyday life (e.g. 260 more words