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Serap Sarıkaya

Flipped Learning in Physical Education: Why and how? - 1 views

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    There is an article about flipped classroom in physical education (PE). It gives general information on what flipped learning is, and why this is a teaching method for the future. Also, it informs to readers how the method can be applied to the subject PE. There is nothing new; the method is the same as the other courses.
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 ;)
sezinyucealkabir

In-class activities and assessment for the flipped classroom - 5 views

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    Here you can find activity examples for that can be used in-class for the flipped classroom. You should see the group activity examples which are interesting.
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    Some of these assessment tools will be a part of our in-class discussion, Sezin. Thanks for sharing!
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    Indeed, some of these activities could also be used for our TPACK game. Thanks :)
sezinyucealkabir

Flipped Classroom Scenarios - 3 views

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    Here are the possible flipped classroom scenarios, the roles of teachers and students in the scenarios are given in a table.
E.Yasin Çiftçi

Tools for flipping your class - 4 views

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    Those who are planning to flip their classrooms may benefit from the tools that could be found through this link.
E.Yasin Çiftçi

What do the students say about the flipped classroom model? (Voices from a Turkish cont... - 2 views

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    Since we usually complain about a lack of resources that include the voices of Turkish students, I found this page useful in terms of pondering on what Turkish students may potentially experience with flipped classrooms. You can read their reflections/comments/opinions on a flipped social studies classroom through this link. Feel free to explore the other contents on the website as well. :)
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    Yasin, I'm really surprised. What's going on in the Education of Turkey :) These are really good news ;)
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    Wow, these students, though they are 7th graders, are able to form sentences with a good amount of intellectual load. They are aware of concepts such as "eğitim devrimi; öğrenme ortamı; öğrenme deneyimi" and many more. I wonder if this is another advantage of "flipped classroom modeli" because none of the college students I teach are capable of forming sentences as elegant as these.
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    To be honest, their comments are surprising for me too, especially when I see that they have experienced no challenge or discomfort in terms of adapting to this new model. Plus, all those comments look like they are promoting a market product. :) Perhaps our educational system has accomplished to raise students who are highly motivated and capable of adapting to rapid changes. :)
E.Yasin Çiftçi

The Flipped Class: Overcoming Common Hurdles - 1 views

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    In this short informative video clip, two experienced flippers offer a number of ways to overcome the challenges posed by the flipped classrooms. Here is the outline of the video: - alternative ways on how to access content, - how to watch educational videos, - the optimum length of the videos, - how to motivate students to watch the videos before coming to class, - some techniques to improve the quality of the videos, - the flexibility of flipped approaches, - the importance of contextual factors on the effectiveness of flipped classrooms.
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    this video illuminated me about the minimum properties of an instructional video. I agree that while providing a video teacher should consider the grade of students. Language, clarity and length of video is important to gain student attention. And this is a good idea that starting with small pieces may be good to try the flipped classroom model and adjust students.
sebahatgok

Why Flipped Classrooms Fail Part 3 - 0 views

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    Flipped classrooms sometimes fall flat. In this third and final post, also see Part 1 and Part 2. You will gain diverse perspectives and new strategies from expert practitioners in K-12 and higher education including flipped learning pioneer, Aaron Sams.
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    This might give a little bit idea about what do avoid and watch for while flipping the learning.
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    Thanks for starting this. Many Flipped initiatives are failing due to lack of planning and limited pedagogical approaches. Should avoid implementing it because it is a fashion but focus more on its pedagogical value.
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