Flipping Instruction for Struggling Students

“The “Flipped Classroom” starts with one question: what is the best use of my face-to-face class time?” – Jonathan Bergmann

We can flip the traditional model of instruction to help support all our students! We can get students to learn at home with engaging content and show them how to use web tools and apps to seek help. When our students come back to the classroom, they will have the foundational knowledge to add to discussions or complete activities. In this way, we maximize our class time to observe students using their knowledge and supporting them where they struggle. To discover the history of Flipped Classrooms, see this infographic. Below are tips, ideas, and a slide presentation (download the pdf) to help you flip your classes and ensure all your students know how to receive the individual help they need. This presentation is part of my upcoming webinar for Simple K12 that you can view live on Sat., Oct. 3rd at 11amEST/4pmUK! 

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