(This post with questions on Flipping the classroom was first published on the Sls Hallam’s blog for English teachers, on December, 12th 2012. All the posts dealing with flipping the classroom and first published on the Sls Hallam blog, will be or have been transferred here. The purpose is to explain the concept of Flipping the Classroom and how to use this technique in our English class.
Flipping and Poppies
Poppies courses are flipped. They also aim at introducing the concept among those teachers who are not familiar with the term. This way you can get to know and use or reject this approach to teaching, more in line with the 21st century. You will need to do some tasks on it.
Have you ever heard of what a flipped classroom is?
The following infographic produced by knewton.com will give you an idea:
Created by Knewton
Questions to consider
Now do the task set in the Poppies platform, paying special attention to the following points:
- Explain the concept of flipping the classroom
- The teacher’s role
- Feasibility and advantages and/or disadvantages of flipping the English class
- Feasibility of doing it with other subjects in English
- Requirements for its implementation
- Any other comments you may deem relevant.
And if you wish to find out more about flipping the classroom and how it connects to mastery learning, you can read:
- The Introduction: La escuela del futuro según Poppies. Métodos