About This Chapter
Active Learning & Flipped Classrooms - Chapter Summary
This online teacher resource chapter offers insight into active learning in flipped classrooms. Access these resources to get ideas for active learning activities for your classes. The chapter is accessible at any time that fits your schedule, and we've included short self-assessment quizzes to help you reinforce your understanding of active learning approaches. These resources are accessible on any device that has an Internet connection.
How It Helps
- Builds awareness: You'll learn about the practical teaching applications of progressivism and active learning
- Boosts instructional skills for active learning: Offers you a quick way to strengthen your ability to incorporate active learning in flipped classrooms
- Engages students: The chapter's teaching strategies and activities can engage your students and help them learn more effectively in flipped classrooms
By the end of the chapter, you should be able to:
- Evaluate examples of progressivism in education
- Discuss the purpose of active learning in flipped classrooms
- Use various active learning strategies in your classrooms
1. Progressivism: Overview & Practical Teaching Examples
How do students learn best? And how can teachers help students grow? In this lesson, we'll examine progressivism, including the way that education can focus on the whole child. We'll also discuss active learning and the scientific method.
2. Active Learning in Flipped Classrooms
Flipped classroom models allow teachers to engage students in active learning. While it may be hard to come up with ideas initially, there are many tried and true strategies that can be used to create active learning in a flipped classroom.
3. Active Learning Strategies in the Classroom
In this lesson we will learn about how teachers can use active learning strategies to help students actively participate and engage in the lessons and the classroom.
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Other chapters within the How to Flip Your Classroom course
- Introduction to Flipped Classrooms
- Constructivist Learning & Flipped Classrooms
- Problem-Based Learning & Flipped Classrooms
- Collaborative Learning & Group Work in a Flipped Classroom
- Technology in Flipped Classrooms
- Developing Flipped Lessons
- Student Engagement & Assessment in Flipped Classroom
- Reflection & Growth in Flipped Classrooms
- Flipped Learning Case Studies