Flipped Learning at School 21

Following a visit to Shireland School to learn about Flipped Learning, a few departments at School 21 have started to use flipped learning within their practice. In this post I will focus on Spanish and Humanities. The following screenshots are taken from Google Classrooms (virtual spaces where students and teachers can post, share work, critique, refer to the scheme of work).

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Providing students with topical references
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Creating student independence by giving them the structure of the project from the beginning
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Students upload their work for the class to critique
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Students watch videos as homework and comment to summarise their learning. Classic flipped learning, effective in motivating the students to want to arrive at the lesson pre-prepared.
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Google Classroom used as an online store of key materials
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Google Classroom used as a gateway to other forms of technology – using quizzes to improve vocabulary.
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