The Flipped Classroom: Introduction to Technology and Teaching Techniques by Cristine Boles
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House
- Pages: 454
- Publication date: 2016
In the traditional classroom, students expect lecturing to be a large component of class time. Students end up spending more time receiving information in class, rather than applying it. During after school hours, many students need support with their homework assignments. The purpose of flipping a classroom is to allow more class to time for the application of knowledge and for interactions between the teacher and students. With the use of technology, teachers create videos of their lectures and post them online for students. Homework becomes watching the lecture at home in order to acquire the knowledge. Classwork is now the application of knowledge through an assignment that would typically be sent home. Presentations and lectures that are available through a video format allows students to understand the content at their own pace before class. In a flipped classroom, teachers have more time with the students to guide and support them through the application, evaluation, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of the subject. This book was produced by a group of pre-service teachers in Jason Neiffer's Education 370: Instructional Media and Computer Applications class at the Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Montana.
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