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Serap Sarıkaya

Flipped Physical Education Helps Students and Families Get Fit and Have Fun - 0 views

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    "Teachers in many subjects, including math, science and foreign languages, are all using technology to switch up the way students learn. However, one area that hasn't recently been in the spotlight is physical education (PE), where it's assumed students just run around playing soccer or basketball." If you wonder about flipped learning in physical education, this sharing is for you ;)
Hakan TARHAN

How to Use Ted Ed to Create a Flipped Classroom - 3 views

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    A widely preferred technique in flipped classrooms is to provide learners with short video lectures before the class time. The videos can be in the form of screen captures, webcam recordings of the lecturer, or in more professional setting, recordings of the lecturer in a real classroom setting. Here in this video, you can see an example of such a video in which a lecturer introduces how to use TED Ed, a popular tool for flipped classrooms.
Burcu Çetin

Blended vs Flipped - 3 views

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    A nice and short infographic for those who asked the question "If this is the flipped class, wthat is the blended class?" It clarifies the difference between blended and flipped classrooms.
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    Can we say the common thing is the technology use or online activities for both of them. Without online courses or practices can we talk about any type of blended learning or flipped classroom ?
ezgidoganay

10 Pros And Cons Of A Flipped Classroom - 5 views

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    In the article, you can find beneficial explanation of advantages and limitations of flipped classrooms.
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    Thank you for this informative and easy-to-read article Ezgi. I agree with most of what the writer argues; however, the 2nd con about "trusting" the student made me feel a bit unease because as teachers and also human beings we have to trust others at least to a certain degree and I believe that teachers are a bit way too sceptical as to their students' credibility. I get the reasons behind this and totally agree yet still argue that we shouldn't count "trusting the student" as a con for flipped classrooms. After all, in a traditional school, the teacher still counts on the student when she sees a completed homework which might have been done by the student's father.
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    Thanks for your sharing Ezgi, I really like it :) In my opinion, 5th con is valuable to discuss because there are so many studies in the literature indicating that screen time has been considered as a main issue for physical inactivity among children and adolescences. Almost all parents complain about their children's long time usage of technological devices. Therefore, while planning a flipped classroom, this subject must be considered seriously.
Burcu Çetin

Flipped Classroom İçin 5 Web 2.0 Aracı | Eğitimde Teknoloji Kullanımı, Eğitim... - 4 views

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    This short article presents 5 web 2.0 applications to be used in a flipped classroom.
Ecenaz Alemdağ

How Flipped Classrooms Change from Schools to Colleges Infographic - e-Learning Infogra... - 4 views

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    Both K12 and higher education classes can be adapted to flipped classrooms. In this infographic, flipped classrooms applied for two education levels are compared with regard to some criteria. While there are more research studies on flipped learning for higher education than ones for K12, it is interesting to see that while 78% of school teachers flipped one lesson in 2014, only 29% of college instructors tried flipping a class.
Merve Kiymaz

UC Berkeley on iTunes U - 0 views

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    UC Berkeley is one click away in your smart phone! You can download numerous course contents prepared by UC Bekeley, and be connected what's happening in Berkeley.
Merve Kiymaz

iterating toward openness - 0 views

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    David Wiley's, one of the pioneers in the field of open education, blog is here. You can find many beneficial sources and reflections prepared by him concerning open education.
sehercevikbas

Flipping the Classroom: Explained - 1 views

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    This is a good video for flipped classroom. Penguins demonstrate us a sample flipped classroom.
Merve Kiymaz

9 Video Tips for a Better Flipped Classroom - 0 views

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    Flipped Classroom | November 2013 Digital Edition Early adopters share how schools can find success with teachers and students alike--even when the technology seems as topsy-turvy as the lessons.
Merve Kiymaz

The Flipped Classroom: A Survey of the Research - 0 views

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    For the ones who are curious about the development of the flipped classroom till now, the paper provides a comprehensive survey of prior and ongoing research of the flipped classroom.
ipek saralar

The Flipped Classroom - 1 views

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    The content of this video is an example of a flipped classroom. It is written that "Peer into Aaron Sams' classroom as he explains why he flipped his classroom. Aaron Sams, along with Jonathan Bergmann were the first to flip their classes. The currently teach in Woodland Park Colorado and are writing a book about the Flipped Class."
Okan ARSLAN

Flipped Classroom Model - 2 views

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    Here is a very short but informative video to explain the logic of flipped classroom
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    I also liked it. This video briefly explaining an example of flipped classroom clearly. So, I think it can be useful of understanding its meaning. At the end of the video there are comments of teachers. One says that: This is nice and all, but all it takes for this to completely fail (I've tried it) is several students who simply don't want to work say "I don't have a computer" or "I work until three in the morning." Some legitimately don't (not sure how you get around that) and some are simply lazy (don't think so? I did a lecture where students were given a sheet of paper which had sentences with missing words that I would GIVE them, and one student would not even do that). Other says that: They have smart phones, don't they? If they had time for homework outside of class, why wouldn't they have time for videos instead?... So they are really discussing the flipped classroom in practice..
Ecenaz Alemdağ

The Flipped Classroom Infographic: Turning Traditional Education On Its Head - e-Learni... - 2 views

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    One of the most popular models mentioned nowadays... The results in this infographic shows the reason of this fame. Looks like flipping a classroom fosters both academic and social skills of students as it decreases the percentage of failure and number of discipline cases :)
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    This infographic presents comprehensive information about flipped classrooms. Before I saw this infographic, I did not know how this new learning model emerged. It is great to see that two high school teachers leaded this model.
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