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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Why flipping a classroom helps reinvent teaching and learning and why it goes along with everythingwe've come to value in regards to technology integration Flipping a Classroom might be easier than you think! Consider starting with flipping a lesson. Use a program like Educreations to have students capture their thoughts in real time. Khan Academy helps teach lessons and then test skills so you have time to pull a small group of children who need more focused attention. As you get more comfortablewith having kids in control, youcan have them research ideasand topics, create their own lessons, and have them testthe understanding of their peers. Once kids become more accustomedto this model, they can take their learning outside of the classroomand come back together with higherlevel thinking questions and essentialideas. Students can create their own PLNs to facilitate communication and collaboration using platforms like TwitterEdmodoGoogle DrivePreziand so many more! All of this goes hand in hand with the ideas of TPACK Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK)is a framework that identifiesthe knowledge teachers need in order to teach effectivelywith technology. TPACK emphasizes the new kind of knowledge that we findwhen we combine Content, Pedagogy, and Technology. - the kind of knowledge students canget from a flipped classroom. In addition to teaching thecontent of each of their classes, flipping a classroomallows teachers to instructstudents on how to become responsible digital citizens. Students develop a strongersense of inquiry; they can become investigators and explorers; they collaborate on a whole new level, all while learning the ethics of being online.Some of those ethics include ideas around citations, privacy, cypher bullying, what information is okay to post, organizational skills, and even basic computer skills that are standard practice in today's society.
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