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Today’s technology makes personalized learning an attainable goal. Here are five things to consider as you make the transition from a traditional classroom to a personalized learning environment.
Flipped learning is not a destination in itself. It’s a gateway that eases the transition to more effective educational paradigms, including personalized, passion-based and project-based learning.
When Aaron Sams and Jon Bergmann talked to social studies teachers who had flipped their classrooms, they discovered that instructional videos may be the least important thing about flipped learning.
Celebrate flipped learning, the education strategy that Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams developed to deepen learning and make classrooms more student-centered.
Language arts teachers who assign at-home readings to students were the first flipped learning advocates. Here are some digital tools to make the process more interactive, engaging and trackable.
Open educational resources are high-quality, free and easy to use. Go to these top sites, and they’re also easy to find.
Flipping the classroom promotes independent learning, personalizes instruction and encourages collaboration. But in order for it to work, students need to actually learn the material at home. Mind maps are one way to help them learn and retain information.
Flip your science class and create more time for hands-on labs, guided inquiry, guided practice and online simulations.
Instructional videos can help you differentiate learning and flip your classroom to allow more hands-on and one-on-one time with students. It’s easy to create your own with free or paid screencasting tools!
Digital Learning Day offers an opportunity to highlight great teaching and showcase innovative teachers, leaders and programs using digital age techniques to improve learning and teaching.
Project-based learning is most effective when students can choose topics that are engaging, meaningful and relevant to their lives.
Many educators don’t realize how easy it is to create their own instructional videos or podcasts. Follow this guide to record lessons, tutorials and other content for your students, then share them as open educational resources.
Flipped learning pioneer Aaron Sams answers the most common questions he gets about his flipped classroom video.
A districtwide iPad implementation allows educators and teacher to embrace flipped learning and incorporate a project-based approach across all grades and subject areas.
Todd Nesloney shares how to make your flipped classroom work for students who don't have internet access at home.
Flipping was supposed to make Todd Nesloney love what he was doing again. But once he started, he realized nothing had really changed for him.
Teaching to the new standards requires completely different teaching methodologies than teaching to the old standards.
The process of flipping a classroom comes with growing pains, and knowing the challenges in advance can help you through the transition.
Digital citizenship is not so different from traditional citizenship. We still need to guide students to be kind, respectful and responsible. What’s new is teaching them how to apply these values to the realities of the digital age.
Our job as citizens requires more than just being informed. We must also be vigilant about verifying information before posting it on social media.
Twitter chats for educators offer free professional learning on your favorite topics and the chance to connect with peers around the world. Here are some that were recommended by the ISTE community.
The Burlington High School Help Desk in Massachusetts is one of the first and most successful student-run genius bars in the nation. Facilitator Jenn Scheffer gives her step-by-step guide for starting a student tech team in your school.