Want to flip your class, but unsure how to overcome the inevitable challenges that come with trying something new?
We sat down in an exclusive video interview with Jon Bergman and Aaron Sams, the founders of the Flipped Class Movement to ask them how to avoid the most common mistakes when flipping your class.
Here’s the Top 5 mistakes to avoid when flipping your class!
Want to see how another school has successfully flipped their classroom?
Want to flip your class but unsure where to start?
We sat down in an exclusive video interview with Jon Bergman and Aaron Sams, the founders of the Flipped Class Movement to ask them for their steps on getting starting flipping your class.
Here’s the 4 important things they recommend for anyone to do before flipping your class!
But how can you ensure your flip is engaging for your students and works across the higher levels of Bloom’s taxonomy?
Missed #FutureSchools conference? We’ve got you covered!
We were fortunate to have coffee with John Bergmann a keynote speaker at #Future Schools, who is one of the pioneers of the Flipped Class Movement and co-author of the book “Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day”. John received the Presidential Award for Excellence for Math and Science Teaching in 2002, was named Semi-Finalist for Colorado Teacher of the Year in 2010 and serves on the Advisory Board of TED Education!
We and a number of people we spoke to were inspired by John and his perspective on what classrooms should look like.
Bergmann believes educators should ask one guiding question:
What is best for my students in my classroom?
Watch John in action in this short video on how John has answered this question through the act of Flipping Your Classroom!
At SchoolsTechOz Conference in Melbourne hosted at Firbank Grammar School, Simon Breakspear delivered a thought provoking keynote in which he threw down a key challenge for all educators (and society) to consider.
Given as Alvin Toffler has famously commented,
Simon challenged us all to consider the challenging question:
“What are schools for?”