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#FlipConAus Review - Day Three Part Two

“Flipping is somewhere between didactic instruction and constructivism”
– Aaron Sams

Welcome back for part two of day three of the FlipConAus review. If you have missed the previous articles, you can find them here: 2,091 more words


#FlipConAus Review - Day Three Part One

““If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!”
– Unknown, attributed to various people.

This article begins the review of the third and final day of the first FlipConAus. 1,758 more words


Flipped Learning by @teachingexperim

Name: Jen
Twitter name: @teachingexperim
Sector: Secondary
Subject taught (if applicable): Chemistry and Physics
Position: Teacher
What is your advice about? Flipped learning

1: Try it; it can be scary because it involves relinquishing control of the learning and putting responsibility with the students. 110 more words



TED-Ed produce some really excellent educational videos. Here are just a few of my favourites…

How to speed up chemical reactions (and get a date) 10 more words


#FlipConAus Review: Day Two Part Three

“Students can probably get information quicker than I can give it to them”
-Warren McMahon

Welcome back for a special Saturday edition of the blog, today I am continuing my review of day two of FlipConAus. 1,151 more words


Video Platforms for Teachers

Have you ever had to miss class for only one period, and didn’t want to have that class fall behind the others? Well, that’s happening to me today. 185 more words


#FlipConAus Review - Day Two Part One

“Why do we make our students demonstrate what they learned by making them take a test?”
– Jon Bergmann

What I am referring to as day two of FlipConAus ( 1,695 more words