This Formative was used during the ISTE17 session, "Come with Flipping Questions, Get your Flipping Answers."
Welcome to our session!
The directions for each learning activity are below under each section heading.
Link to the slide deck (copy/paste URL to a new tab or view below): https://goo.gl/D2144E
During the following activities, we are addressing ISTE Standards for Educators:
1. Learner: 1a, 1b, 1c
3. Citizen: 3a, 3b
5. Designer: 5a, 5b, 5c
6. Facilitator: 6a, 6b
7. Analyst: 7a, 7b
DIRECTIONS FOR ACTIVITY #1
With a neighbor or independently, view this video, pausing as needed to read the information, and answer the questions which follow.
Select the BEST definition of Flipped Learning from the choices below.
Flipped Learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, and the resulting group space is transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where the educator guides students as they apply the concepts and engage creatively in the subject matter.
Flipped Learning is totally crazy and nuts. It requires your students to understand the elements of gymnastics and perform backflips and somersaults while engaged in assessments.
Flipped Learning is where homework is completed in class and lecture is moved to homework.
In your own words, what is Flipped Learning?
What are the four pillars of Flipped Learning? Draw your representation using the tools on the canvas. If you are accessing this on a smartphone or tablet, turn your device sideways (landscape mode) for easier use.
What questions do you have about Flipped Learning after Activity 1?
DIRECTIONS FOR ACTIVITY #2
1. Keeping the GoFormative open in one tab, choose a digital lesson from this list by copying/pasting this URL to another tab: