The Biggest Hurdle to Flipping Your Class (Teaching Learners (Teaching…
The Biggest Hurdle to Flipping Your Class
Flipped Mastery Model
74% or lower the student must relearn the material and redo the assessment
Students must earn at least a 75% on summative assessments to receive credit
Alternative Assessments means megacognitive development
Lecture and Discussion
Having the discussion on what is more important for teachers, to have the control of the classroom, or have the students actual learn and retain the material taught in the course.
Rethink Class Structure
25% of Students chose alternative assessments
Learning on their own time and on their own terms
Teaching them how to learn
When students are engaged in flipped classrooms they are taking on the responsibility of learning the material BEFORE they enter the classroom. Students in this type of setting must become accountable for doing the work, and not relying heavily on it being "given" to them.
Getting by vs Actual Learning: Seeing students who were "just getting by" become engaged in their learning. Seeing pride in setting and accomplishing goals.
Making class time more enriching and valuable
Students come to the classroom with the knowledge there, and are given the opportunities to express their knew found information in multiple different ways. Giving time for different, engaging activities.
Richer more meaningful conversations, activities and interactions
Teachers Flip their Thinking
This article was written by a teacher who had taught for 19 years and decided that she would take a leap and look at what was best for her students, not what made her comfortable.
What's the best use of class time?