- Friday 18 October: Cohorts
- Individual Space Mastery
- Make sure pre-class media are short
- Make sure pre-class media are intuitive
- Make sure pre-class media contain the big idea
- Hold students accountable for pre-class work
- Use lower levels of Bloom's Taxonomy (remembering, understanding)
- Strategically choose an appropriate medium for the pre-class media (text, annotated whiteboard video, screencast, plain video)
- Focus on what you want to achieve in the group space when creating the individual space pre-work
- Ensure there is a strong link between pre-class media and what happens in the classroom
- Learn how to create flipped videos and other flipped media using the tools at your disposal
- Ensure that videos include an appropriate mix of text, pictures, discussions between people, short integrated films, the instructor writing, narration
- Make sure longer pre-class media are chunked into smaller pieces
- Teach students how to interact with the pre-class media including taking notes and preparing questions for class
- Introduce pre-class media with a prior knowledge question to activate student thinking
- Include practical concrete activities that students can engage in during or after the pre-class media and tasks
- Make sure pre-class tasks are meaningful and hook student interest
- Ensure there are questions to test understanding of concepts in the pre-class media
- Use information from students’ completion of pre-class tasks to inform instruction
- Consider legal aspects in relation to the student's right to privacy and personal data in accordance with the laws of each country
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Never lecture or explain the videos in classroom for those who did not do the pre-class media.
- The Flipped Learning Global Initiative (FLGI) best describes Flipped Learning:
Flipped Learning is a framework that enables educators to reach every student in every classroom every day.
They think Flipped Learning is simply watching videos before class.