I’d be really interested to discuss this ‘flipped learning model’ with the students I teach as well as my peers…. Thoughts? There are ways that this could work in my subject area I think.
If you want to hear more, it is fully explained in this podcast.
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Taking notes is really difficult sometimes. The trouble is, there is no right or wrong way to do it. What suits one person, might not suit another.
Can you come up with any ideas for how we could use Google Docs in the classroom?
Thanks to the internet, research is now a really quick, straightforward task. Just ‘Google’ your topic and you get information. Simple.
Actually this isn’t strictly true. Often you are presented with way too much information. It’s really hard to sift through all of it and find what you are looking for. This video offers some fantastic web search strategies which might make web research just a little bit easier. Enjoy (and feel free to comment).