Flip, Flipped and Flipping Series
Flip your classroom with these ground-breaking series from Aaron Sams and Jonathan Bergmann!
The idea of the flipped classroom is really quite simple. Direct instruction is done through video, or some other digital learning object, which students can individually use before they come to class. This time shift allows the teacher to use class time for work that is either better done as a large group or requires individualised attention by the teacher. That’s it!
Building on their best-selling book Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day, the Flipped Learning series sees Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams return to support flipped learning in the four topic areas of Science, Maths, English and Humanities and Social Sciences, as well as the primary classroom. These books are practical guides for teachers interested in flipping their classrooms and will help real teachers deal with the realities of teaching in an increasingly interconnected and digital world. Each book in this series serves as a guide for teachers who are beginning to flip their classes or are interested in exploring the flipped model for the first time.
Flip Your Classroom
In the Flip Your Classroom series, two experienced practitioners of the flipped classroom explain a powerful approach to teaching where students watch recorded lectures for homework and complete their assignments, labs and tests in class. Discover how this "flipped classroom" approach helps struggling students, differentiates instruction and increases opportunities for classroom formative assessment. The Flip Your Classroom series includes questions and activities to help you reflect on the why and how of flipping your classroom. You’ll explore the flipped classroom and flipped-mastery models while delving into key elements of flipped learning, such as crediting or finding videos, designing a flipped lesson, preparing for change and working with administrators.
Flipping the Learning Quick Reference Guide
This full-colour, laminated quick reference guide will help you better leverage technology to support best practices in student learning. Flipped learning pioneer Jonathan Bergmann offers a compelling overview of how to flip your classroom, including ways to overcome common hurdles and mistakes, tips for effective flipped videos and sample flipped lessons.
Solving the Homework Problem by Flipping the Learning
In Solving the Homework Problem by Flipping the Learning, Jonathan Bergmann outlines why traditional homework causes dread and frustration for students, how flipped learning – completing the harder or more analytical aspects of learning in class as opposed to having students do it on their own – improves student learning, and how teachers can create flipped assignments that both engage students and advance student learning. You want your students to learn, and your students want learning to be accessible. With that in mind, read through these pages, flip the learning in your classroom, and watch students get excited about homework!
Flipped learning can transform your teaching. Learn how to do it your way!
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