Flipped Learning for Humanities and Social Sciences Instruction
Building on their best-selling book Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day, flipped education innovators Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams return with a book series that supports flipped learning in the four topic areas of Science, Maths, English and Humanities and Social Sciences, as well as the primary classroom.
In this new book, the authors discuss how educators can successfully apply the flipped classroom model in primary classrooms. Each chapter offers practical guidance, including how to approach lesson planning, what to do with class time and how to employ project-based learning techniques.
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!
This book is a practical guide for Humanities and Social Sciences teachers interested in flipping their classrooms. It helps teachers deal with the realities of teaching in an increasingly interconnected and digital world. This book serves as a guide for Humanities and Social Sciences teachers who are beginning to flip their classes or are interested in exploring the flipped model for the first time. Each chapter explores practical ways to bring flipped learning into the Humanities and Social Sciences classroom, including:
- How to flip your class, and the four hurdles to flipping (thinking, technology, time and training).
- How your approach to planning changes as you implement flipped learning.
- How flipping will enhance the practical Humanities and Social Sciences experience for students.
- How you can use traditional resources such as textbooks and the internet.
- What to do in class once you have flipped your class.
- How to implement the flipped-mastery model into a Humanities and Social Sciences classroom.
- How flipped learning can work alongside learning through inquiry.
- How flipped learning can provide an environment where projects can be done more often and with more fidelity.
|Publish date||2016-03-04 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)|
|Key Learning Area||Civics and Citizenship, Cross-Curricular, Geography, History|